Habitat for Humanity’s International #WomenBuild week is in full swing!!! Our volunteers and @Lowes making a positive impact on communities by helping families build and improve homes while encouraging and empowering women through #BuildHer Come out Saturday 03/07/2020 and help us paint the exterior of Ms. Heath’s home. We will be starting our registration @ 8:30. Free T-Shirts for all our participates (while they last)!!!

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Angela’s House Dedication

We are thrilled to report that Angela took possession of her new home on December 20thDSC02654.JPG.A beautiful dessert table was set by Vicki and Jaletta.


A loaded table of delicious snacks invited guest to partake and enjoy our celebration of the completion of Angela’s house.



Guest  ?   John Wood, Tom Nuchols

John Wood was a special guest from when Habitat first began building houses in Mt. Pleasant in 1992


Shane Winn looks on as Judy Capps, a friend of Angela, made the dedication. Friends of Angela’s from Hope’s Landing, were some of the many volunteers that made this such a success story.


Steve and Sally Newton from Nacogdoches drove up to help us celebrate our 25th Habitat home.  Reverend Newton, the pastor of the Presbyterian Church  in 1993, guided a group interested men and women through the detailed Habitat for Humanity chartering process.  Our first home was completed in 1994.  Sally wore many hats during those years. She painted, taped and bedded, and laid floor tile and just about any other job that came along.



Aaden and Adrian,  Angela sons, are proud of their new home and greeted guest in such a mature, gentlemen like manner.  Adrian, sixteen years old, worked  many hours helping their future home to become a reality.


Friends and volunteers from our sister affiliate in Pittsburg also came to help us celebrate this special home.



Jaye McDade, from the Pittsburg affiliate,  congratulates Angela Saucedo


Linda Baxter, from the Pittsburg Habitat Affiliate, and Vickie White share a moment of happiness and the feeling success for a job well done.


Rosalie Chambers and Tom Nuchols chat, perhaps remembering the many houses Rosalie worked on in years past.


It was a wonderful party for a lovely lady and her family. We are looking forward to the next one.

Learning on the Job

You don’t need to have a contractor’s license to make a huge difference in the lives of Mount Pleasant families. To volunteer with MP Habitat for Humanity, all you need is a willingness to help and learn. Our volunteers build their skills as they go, so don’t be shy! Join us at our next work party and help us continue making a difference in the lives of hard working families!