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With their professional experience, career homebuilders utilize their diverse trade skills and in-kind donations to fund and build a Habitat home. Blitz Build homes are traditionally built over the course of just a few weeks or a month. The home being built during this year's event is located in the Lynmore Estates neighborhood and will be the 57th home built in the neighborhood by Macon Area Habitat for Humanity.  

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You can support the 2021 Home Builders Blitz by donating materials for construction, labor (professional services), or by donating funds to Macon Area Habitat for Humanity. 


Looking to swing a hammer, help paint siding, or build a front porch? Apply to volunteer on one of MAHFH's construction sites by clicking here.

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Thank you to the contrators, companies, and donors that made this home possible! 

Ryan Griffin, RDG Ventures, LLC
Will Scott, Scott Construction LLC

Robins Financial Credit Union • L. E. Schwartz & Son Inc. • Olde Towne Shutters & Interiors, LLC •  Macon Concrete Inc. • Cherokee Brick • Allstate Electrical • AA Action Fence Company LLC • Builders FirstSource • Cutting Edge Landscaping • Pyles Plumbing & Utility Contractors  •  A-OK Portables Llc • Oconee Concrete • T & J Exteriors, Inc. • Yale • DOW • Sherwin Williams • Whirlpool • Pierson Wade Construction •  LPC Construction •  T&J Exteriors, Inc. •  Pierson Wade Construction • Cabinets and Woodworks • BCI Insulation •Evans Plumbing Company Rightway Drywall • Prestige Painting

Sponsor a Stud

Get involved with this year's Bliz Build by Sponsoring a Stud! Studs are 2×4 wooden boards used to frame the exterior and interior walls of Habitat Homes.

We average 750 studs per house which comes to $18,750 per house.

Each person that donates $25 or more to Sponsor a Stud will be recognized at the dedication of the Blitz Build home! 

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Thank you to Robins Financial Credit Union for serving as a Lead Sponsor for the Blitz Build home. Robins' contribution is helping cover the current above-average material costs.  

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