November 22nd, 2017
Bay Area Habitat has built over 150 homes in our service area since 1991 but this will be our first Habitat home on Galveston Island! We are all very excited about this opportunity and we have our sponsors to thank for it; Moody Methodist Church-PEF, The Kempner Fund, Medallion Foundation and our lot sponsor Galveston Housing Finance Corporation. The groundbreaking ceremony was Friday, December 1st at 10am. The address is: 2910 Ursuline Avenue (Ave. N). It was a beautiful day and a lovely ceremony. Pictured below (from L to R) are; Rev. Susan Kennard- Trinity Episcopal Church/President of the Galveston Ministerial Alliance; Patricia Bolton-Legg- President -Galveston Housing Finance Corp- Lot Sponsor; Roger Nylin- BAHFH Board member; Angela Olstad- President BAHFH Board of Directors; and Amy Bly- City Council Representative District 1.
September 29th, 2017
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity (BAHFH) realized the need even prior to Hurricane Harvey, for assisting low income homeowners in addressing critical home repairs. We have secured some limited funding and want to reach out to the communities we serve and do what we can to help with this problem. We define critical home repairs as issues that are vital and necessary to fix to ensure the home occupants safety and/or health. This list can include many issues but BAHFH will start with the following (on a case by case basis); exterior doors, siding, roofing, HVAC, windows, and hot water heaters. We will not be doing repairs inside beltway 8 or in another affiliate’s service area. Please click on here critical home repairs for the application and additional information.
August 7th, 2017
Bay Area Habitat has relocated as of 8/1 from Dickinson to Houston (Clear Lake). Our new address is; 1120 NASA Pkwy- Ste. 420., Houston, TX 77058. We still have the same phone number. This move is not only saving our affiliate money on rent, we are now even more centrally located.
January 26th, 2017
A special thanks to our Event Sponsors in helping to make this event and the future Women Build home possible.
Diamond Sponsors: Air Products, Clear Lake United Methodist Church, and Lubrizol
Gold Sponsors: Dow, Texas First Bank & Wisenbaker Building Services
Event Food Donations:
Kroger – FM270/FM518 League City
5K event bags courtesy of Woodforest National Bank:
Alvin branch in WalMart
League City branch in WalMart
A thanks also to Amoco FCU and Woodforest National Bank-Alvin Branch for their general financial donations towards the event that helped defray some miscellaneous costs.
And a Special Thanks to Sean Rives for donating his time and talent and being our event DJ once again!
“2017 WB 5K Participant Times“:
“To the wonderful WB 5K Participants, attached below is the tracking sheets we used at the 5k event to document times of the finishers. If you do not see your number, forgotten your number or have any questions, please contact the office. All support at our event is by volunteers and we are happy to receive these gracious gifts of time.”
Click here to find out!!!
January 26th, 2017
Kendra Scott is supporting BAHFH and the Women Build 5k Walk/Run again this year. Stop in at their Baybrook Mall location in Friendswood on March 2, between 5-7pm and 20% of your purchases benefit BAHFH! And if you cannot make it in person, you can call 281-954-3725 between 5-7pm on March 2 or to a BAHFH Board member and order over the phone.
December 28th, 2015
Happy New Year! Thanks to all our dedicated supporters and volunteers for making 2015 such a success. We look forward to working with you in 2016 to do even more!
December 28th, 2015
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity is pleased to welcome Tom Wiuff as its new Development Director. Tom started on Monday, December 28. He comes to us with many years of fundraising experience with The Salvation Army in both the TX and NJ Divisions.
October 8th, 2015
BAHFH is pleased to welcome Cheryl Dunson today as our new Executive Director. She comes to us from Monroe, LA where she was the Executive Director for HFH of Ouachita. Cheryl is an Atlanta native. Later this month Courtney Beck our outgoing ED will be moving to Atlanta with her husband Andy, who has recently taken a research position there.
September 11th, 2015
Monthly giving is the best way to ensure that BAHFH continues to build new homes for the working poor without delay month by month year by year. Join the Carpenters Crew of Monthly Donors today by clicking here.