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Hey Neighbors, Family and Friends! Everyone here at Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County would love to invite you to a very important event. Special thanks to our sponsors Amazon, Old Brandywine Village, and Comenity we are able to bring the NE of Wilmington, Rock The Block! This event plans to start at 8:30 am on March 12th, be sure to SAVE THE DATE! We'll see you at 22nd and Lamotte Street. This is a perfect way to meet other residents in the community and do good in the neighborhood! Meet us on the second Saturday in March where we will be distributing ring doorbells to residents, addressing concerns, and revitalizing the block. Let's focus on doing good in the neighborhood for a better today, tomorrow and for the future #DoGoodFriday #rocktheblockhabitatncc #newcastlecounty #amazon #ringdoorbell #oldbrandywinevillage #comenity
At 6:05 p.m. on Thursday, April 4th 1968, Martin Luther King was shot dead while standing on a balcony outside his second-floor room at the Lorraine Motel. Up until then he was a Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesman and leader in the civil rights movement from 1955 until his assassination in 1968.

The Wilmington Protests of 1968 occurred in Wilmington, Delaware, in April of that year following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Although the racial tensions in the city of Wilmington may have subsided the governor refused to recall the Delaware Army National Guard, leaving them in the city as an occupying force until the following year. This resulted in an emotional public response and thus becoming, the longest occupation of an American city to date. #blackhistory #newcastlecounty #wilmingtondelaware #habitatforhumanity #habitatncc #knowushistory
Last week, Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County and Sussex County Habitat for Humanity joined more than 500 advocates at #HabitatontheHill to promote policies that build a more equitable future for low-income families through homeownership. We had a spirited and productive discussion with @SenatorChristopherC***s and staff as we shared New Castle County and Sussex County HFH priorities, programs, and funding needs. Thank you Senator C***s for your time! #CostofHome #grateful #habitatforhumanity #newcastlecounty #future #equity
This week we have an extra special #WorkingWomenWednesday post! Not only is this hard working woman winning medals at the Winter Olympics, she is also making #BlackHistory.

Erin Jackson is the first Black woman to win a speedskating medal at the Winter Olympics!

Jackson only started speed skating in 2017, according to her Olympic bio. She had tried inline skating when she was 10, "inspired by all of the inlines who have come before her" and then made the transition to ice. Fun facts about her: she can sleep anywhere, anytime, and ran track and field in high school.
This weeks #staffhighlight will focus all on our CEO Kevin Smith!

Kevin spoke with Lora Lewis on the Focus on The Delaware Valley podcast at WJBR.

He spoke about our mission, building affordable housing, providing 0% interest mortgages to hard-working qualified homeowners, and thereby revitalizing neighborhoods and empowering the families.

You can listen to this podcast by clicking the link in our BIO. There you will here more about our opportunities for you to get involved.

The reason we are able to continue to do the work that we do is through all your support.

We do this to create a better future! Visit us at habitatncc.org to learn more.
What is the main idea of Black History Month?

BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS AN OPPORTUNITY to understand black histories, going beyond racism and slavery.

Celebrate Black Achievement.
Celebrate Black Family.
Celebrate Representation.
Identify.
Diversify.

Explore the African Diaspora.

#blackhistorymonth #newcastlecounty #habitatncc
This statewide collaboration will replace a total of 450 inefficient refrigerators with ENERGY STAR® models. It is anticipated that this will result in a savings of approximately 432,875 kWh over the 18-month grant period; providing an average of $127 in yearly savings for qualified, Delmarva customers.

Qualifying Delmarva Power homeowners and renters can receive a new energy-efficient refrigerator for $50.
apply today! https://www.habitatncc.org/restore/refrigerator-replacement-program/
Last year’s virtual legislative conference welcomed more than 700 participants, with over half of the advocates joining us for the very first time. This years three day virtual conference, Habitat on the Hill, was held February 8-10, 2022.

The conference culminated impactful virtual meetings with members of Congress and their staff, where participants were able to advocate for federal policy solutions that advance home affordability. Building a more equitable future for families in every community has never been more important.
We are already a quarter of the way done with #BlackHistoryMonth. We never want it to end.

Ask yourself, how can allies help year round?

Our Top Five:
1. Always be learning, read, educate yourself
2. Never stop your mind from growing, allow yourself to think differently
3. Pay it forward and PAY UP $$$
4. Do advocacy in more ways than 1, be innovative
5. See every Black person as an individual
Both ReStores will be closed Saturday 1/29 due to the inclement weather. Be safe everyone and we hope to see you next week!
Our Prices Corner store is in need of a snow removal contractor ASAP! Our contractor from last year suddenly stopped doing it and now we're reaching out to the ReStore community. If you know someone who can help us, have them call the store 302-652-5181, ext. 101. Thank you!!!
On #HolocaustRemembranceDay, we mourn the millions murdered during the Holocaust, and honor the survivors, their courage, and their legacy. Let us never forget our urgent responsibility to stand against hate in all its forms, together, we can ensure it never happens again. #community #antihate #habitatncc #habitat #neverforget #newcastlecounty

Habitat ReStore sells new and gently used household items such as cabinets, furniture, light fixtures, windows, doors, building materials, and appliances at 50-90% off of retail price.All proceeds benefit the building efforts of HFHNCC.

Operating as usual

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Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County is known for providing affordable housing solutions, critical home repairs for low-income homeowners, and commitment to revitalizing neighborhoods. But you may be surprised to learn that when you donate to our ReStores, you’re REDUCING waste—that’s 225,360 pounds deferred from the landfill to date. Thanks! When you shop at our ReStores, you’re REUSING items that still have value. Celebrate Earth Day all year long

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We're new to Instagram!

Follow us to shop all the latest stock options at both ReStore Prices Corner and ReStore Middletown.

We take pride in helping you make your house a home.

Turn on your notifications for us to ensure you get what's yours first ❤️

Tag us in all your DIY projects and you might end up on our page 🤩 #restorepricescorner #restoremiddletown #resell #resalecommunity #diy #followforfollow #followback #newcastlecounty #middletown #wilmde #vintage #hipster #thriftcommunity

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We regret to inform you, WE WILL BE CLOSED TOMORROW.

Please resume shopping on Saturday. Our HQ offices will also be CLOSED in observance of Good Friday.

Thank you for your continued support. Have a Happy Holiday!

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 04/09/2022

Check out what's new at our Middletown store! Stop in often as we get new inventory daily.

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 04/08/2022

For this Friday's #DoGoodFriday we wanted to highlight a very special opportunity. Energize Delaware announced that the Empowerment Grant Program (EGP), funded by the Exelon Merger for Delmarva Power Customers in Delaware, is awarding a renewal grant of $300,000 to Habitat for Humanity of New Castle. Habitat for Humanity will use these grant funds continue a refrigerator replacement program which was originally funded $500,000 in 2020.

In the 2020 the Empowerment Grant provided funding to HFH of New Castle County, and working with their Central Delaware and Sussex County partner Habitat agencies at ReStore locations across the state on an innovative program to provide improved efficiency, reliability, and energy savings to Delaware income qualified residents. The highly successful program has removed 360 old inefficient refrigerators, recycled them and replaced them with highly efficient units. This statewide collaboration resulted in a savings of approximately 432,875 kWh over an 18-month period, while delivering an average of $127 in yearly savings for qualified Delmarva Customers.

Efforts will be on replacing 286 older inefficient refrigerators with ENERGY STAR Certified refrigerators. The program will run out of New Castle County ReStore locations. Additional emphasis will be made to coordinate the program with current restoration programs in the county and cross market the opportunity with other community non-profits, organizations and houses of faith.

“The refrigerator replacement program has proven to be one of the most impactful and successful programs funded by the Empowerment Grant”, said Jim Purcell, Grant Manager for the Empowerment Grant. Purcell also added, “the extension of this program, alignment with other potential energy savings programs will play a large part in helping to ease energy burden in our low-moderate income communities for years to come”.

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 04/08/2022

COMING SOON! DuPont has been a supporter of Habitat since it's inception in New Castle County and we are thankful for this upcoming donation of very nice solid wood office furniture, file cabinets, whiteboards, pinboards, and much, much more. There many multiples of most everything so there will be plenty to choose from at both ReStore locations. We'll update you when it arrives!

03/31/2022

Looking for a part-time job with purpose and a positive work culture in the spirit of service to others? The Prices Corner ReStore is hiring a Part-Time Store Associate with cashier responsibilities to work Thursday - Saturday at the Prices Corner Wilmington location. The Store Associate represents the Habitat brand through courteous interactions with customers, donors, and volunteers. Part-time employees enjoy competitive pay, paid holidays, and earn paid time off. For more details, send us a message or stop in for an application.

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 03/23/2022

You're invited to attend Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County's (HFHNCC) kick-off event for its 2nd Energize Delaware Empowerment Grant. TODAY March 23rd, 2022, join us at 32 Southbridge Rd, Bear, DE 19701.

This $300,000 grant supports HFHNCC's Refrigerator Replacement Program that installs new, Energy Star certified refrigerators in underserved, income-qualified communities. To date, the Refrigerator program has removed and recycled 360 old inefficient refrigerators with an average Delmarva Customer savings of $127 per year.

Jim Purcell of Energize Delaware will present the grant award to Rick Peterson, HFHNCC's Director of ReStores. After the presentation, a new Energy Star refrigerator will be installed in the home.

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 03/15/2022

NEW at both ReStores!

We are bringing you a rewards program to make you money as you shop!

For every $100 you buy you will be able to redeem $5 in our POS system to shop!

Thank you for all your support throughout the years. Now we are thanking you. Share with your family and friends. Follow our NEW instagram page!

03/14/2022

Are you or someone you know looking for a great volunteer opportunity where you can make a difference in the lives of others? The ReStores are seeking regular volunteers to help with duties such as assist donors with drop-off donations, sort boxes of donations, organize various sections of the sales floor such as art, housewares, books, paint, paint supplies, tools, lamps, tile, plumbing, HVAC, and so much more. Send us a message or call us at 302-652-5181 x101 and we'll be glad to answer any questions and get you started!

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Today is the BIG DAY! Join us this morning at 10:30am on 22nd and Lamotte Street as we prepare to Rock The Block! We’re excited to install ring door bells to those that filled out a survey prior. No such thing as too many volunteers, show us what you got and let’s get ready to Rock the Block!

Photos from Habitat ReStores of New Castle County's post 03/11/2022

Here are just a few of the great items at our Middletown store. Stop in soon before they get away!

Timeline photos 03/08/2022

Women's History Month is all about celebrating the many women who have come before us, while also looking to all the possibilities women have yet to achieve.
Follow along this month on our website as well as social media as we continue to celebrate just a handful of the many incredible women who are making a difference in New Castle County through affordable housing. These women are acknowledging the past while also looking ahead at how we can ensure everyone has a safe, decent place to live.

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This Sunday we want to highlight our AmeriCorps Volunteers. Their dediciation and hard work allowed us to move Lucinda into her new home in the Amala Way development.

The AmeriCorps NCCC team, known as River 6, is a specialty “Construction Team,” meaning they have been focused on construction related projects throughout their deployments and are gaining specialty construction skill to support their service.

They arrived in Wilmington on January 14, 2022 to support Habitat NCC’s efforts to build 12 townhomes on one block in Wilmington. They have supported building the foundation of multiple townhomes and doing framing, drywalling, siding, painting and other finishing touches on several homes.

This is the team’s third deployment. We truly couldn't have finished Amala Way development without you all. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Now Lucinda is at her Home Sweet Home.

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Thank you for your support in celebrating a successful DoMore24 Giving Day.

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Each Habitat homeowner accepted into the homeownership program not only completes 300 sweat equity hours but they are also required to take courses in financial literacy and DIY repairs. Therefore, building their confidence for a future of strength and stability as they step through the doorway of their new forever home. https://www.domore24delaware.org/fundraisers/habitat-for-humanity-of-new-castle-county

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Hey you! Did you remember to Save The Date?

We still need Volunteers for Rock The Block NE Wilmington.

Please email [email protected] for more information.

Find out how you can get involved with bringing GOOD to the Neighborhood. #dogoodFriday

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TODAY IS THE BIG DAY. This is Delaware Largest Giving Day and WE WANT YOU!

Help us celebrate by donating what you can. Every little bit helps.

For more information, make sure to save this link: https://www.domore24delaware.org/fundraisers/habitat-for-humanity-of-new-castle-county.

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Your support has allowed us the ability to help thousands of families in New Castle County by not only providing safe, decent, affordable housing but also listening to your community needs to make your neighborhood a safer place. https://www.domore24delaware.org/fundraisers/habitat-for-humanity-of-new-castle-county

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Hi There Family and Friends. We want to use this time to introduce a very special volunteer of ours. We value all the hard work you do for us Richard :)

Everyone meet Richard Cornin!

Richard has 994 hours of volunteerism from Jan 2020 – Dec 2021

We asked Richard some questions so you can get to know him better.

What is your favorite part of volunteering? "People. Making new acquaintances and friends with both the donators, the customers, and the staff."

When did you join our volunteer team? About 3 years ago

Where did you start? ReStore(PC)

Why did you want to volunteer with HFH of New Castle County? "Judy chased me out the house... The Flexible hours mostly"

How did you find this opportunity? With the influence of his older brother Ted's volunteerism with an affiliate in Michigan, he was somebody he looked up to.

Would you recommend volunteering with Habitat to anyone else? "Absolutely! ReStore is way better than the bar scene. There is good lighting, sound system on the dock all I am missing is a wingman."

Who's signing up to Volunteer with Richard?!

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3312 Seminole Ave.
Wilmington, DE
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