Farmer Family receive their new home.

The dedication of a 5 bedroom home to the Farmer family occurred on Feb. 20th, 2019. The house is situated on Canal Road, in the  Pinehurst subdivision. This happy occasion was attended by a crowd of Habitat staff, volunteers and friends and family of the Farmers’. Kaye Walker, Habitat board member,  presents bible The service by Rev. Beverly Richardson was …

McKenna’s Fundraiser

  Habitat info table and home baked cookie sale. Please contact Coralie for more information 386-428-5010 | coralie.gilson@yahoo.com

Frontline Insurance Team Build

On Friday 18th January, 2019, Frontline Insurance again brought a group to build the future home of the Crum family. Frontline have been bringing volunteer teams since 2017, and always enjoy a morning at the build. On this     day, they began the work on the new build at 134, Canal Road, and put up two walls. We thank …

Home & Business Expo, Jan 19th, 2019

Saturday 19th Jan was a very busy day for SEV Habitat, with a booth at the Canal Street Home and Business Expo, which was a very successful event, with crowds passing through all day. Volunteers Trish Ridgeway  and Patty Cogswell worked alongside future family homeowners Anna Loudermilk with baby Evelyn, and Ashley Melancon and staff member, Coralie. The booth had …

Loudermilk Family

Anna Loudermilk and her three  children Daniel, Abigail and baby Evelyn began the Habitat Home. Ownership Program in July, 2018. Anna has been working hard at her sweat equity hours and looks forward to an affordable home with space for the children, as presently they live in a 2 bedroom apartment in New Smyrna which is expensive and the rent …

Milam Family

The  Milam family joined the Habitat home ownership program in November, 2018. Joseph and Maria have 3 children; Cheyenne, 5, Amelia, 1 and Melody, 6 months. Joseph works in construction for a fence and pavers company in New Smyrna Beach. The family resides in a 2 bedroom apartment, and are looking forward to more living space, and a permanent place …

Community Based Work Experience partners with SEV Habitat

The first group of students from the Community Based Work Experience Program though Volusia County Schools has begun working at the Habitat Re-Store . Students will be coming from this program weekly, to gain skills and experience in different work environments, including retail and non profit. Nine students and staff enjoyed working with our staff and volunteers  in the back …