Press Releases
4/27/2017 - 105 Year-Old Pearl Harbor Veteran Receives Upgrades to His Home
San Diego Habitat for Humanity will provide upgrades to the home of Ray Chavez, who, at 105 years young, is the oldest living Pearl Harbor veteran.

His daughter, Kathleen, is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving from 1974 until 1990. She was the Navy’s first female jet mechanic, working on the F-14 Tomcats beginning in 1974. She owns the home that her father lives in.
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4/26/2017 - San Diego Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground on its Newest Community in Logan Heights
San Diego Habitat for Humanity is pleased to be breaking ground at its newest affordable housing community in Logan Heights. The 11 new homes are being built in partnership with the City of San Diego and the San Diego Housing Commission
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4/22/2017 - San Diego Habitat for Humanity and Encore Capital Group Build Homes for Local Families
On Saturday, April 22, San Diego Habitat for Humanity announced its continued partnership with Encore Capital Group. A donation of $30,000 and the hard work of 40 employee volunteers helped build homes and better life stories for local families in need of improved housing.
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3/9/2017 - $100,000 Donation from JPMorgan Chase & Co. Supports Habitat for Humanity Veteran Programs

San Diego Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce its continued partnership with JPMorgan Chase & Co.  A donation of $100,000 and a major volunteer effort will change the lives of veterans through critical home repair.

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3/7/2017 - Habitat for Humanity and Wells Fargo Team Up to Help Enhance the Logan Heights Community

San Diego Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce its continued partnership with Wells Fargo Bank. A donation of $22,500 is part of a total investment of over $200,000 in grants awarded to Habitat over the past two years through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation, which provides grant support to large-scale neighborhood revitalization projects that further economic recovery in local communities.

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3/6/2017 - Habitat for Humanity ReStore celebrates grand opening of new National City location

San Diego Habitat for Humanity will join supporters to celebrate the grand opening of the third ReStore in San Diego County, located in the heart of National City.

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12/12/2016 - Habitat for Humanity Receives $100,000 Grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

On Friday, December 9th, employees from Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) in San Diego came together with San Diego Habitat for Humanity to improve living conditions for a veteran family in Imperial Beach.

A donation of $100,000 is part of $6 million in grants awarded across 56 nonprofits through the 2016 Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Priority Markets Program to help stabilize and revitalize neighborhoods.  The Priority Markets Program provides grant support to support large-scale neighborhood revitalization projects to further economic recovery in local communities.

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10/20/2016 - San Diego Habitat for Humanity to Dedicate 2 New Homes in El Cajon

Working alongside dedicated volunteers and generous sponsors, and in partnership with local families in need, San Diego Habitat for Humanity has completed 2 more decent and affordable homes for homeownership.  Guests at this heartwarming event will wish the new homeowner families well and send them blessings as they embark on their new lives filled with renewed hope and success.

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9/13/2016 - Encore Capital Group Partners with San Diego Habitat for Humanity to Repair Homes in Imperial Beach

Saturday, a total of 60 employees from Encore Capital Group in San Diego came together with San Diego Habitat for Humanity to improve living conditions for two families in Imperial Beach.

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8/31/2016 - Bank of America Announces $342,500 in Funding to Enhance Community Revitalization in San Diego

Bank of America today announced $342,500 in grants, to be distributed to 24 nonprofits working to increase access to affordable housing and support community revitalization and neighborhood preservation in the San Diego community.

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