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FOX 25 Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity home build right on schedule

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) – The FOX 25 Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity home build is right and schedule and it’s thanks to volunteers that donate their time to build not only a new home, but a community.


FOX 25 Partners with Habitat for Humanity

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) – FOX 25 is excited to partner with Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity by helping build a new home for a family who’s earned it.


Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity In-Kind Donors

In-kind donations helps Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity keep the cost of houses down.


Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity Family Pays Off Debt to Realize Homeownership

All Soul’s Episcopal Church Donates $90,000 for Home Build

OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 22, 2016) – A Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity family realizes their dream of homeownership seven years after they applied to the program. Rocky and Camille Bratton, and their three children received the keys to their new home in the Legacy Estates Addition in Oklahoma City at a home dedication ceremony held Saturday, November 19.


ReStore and renew: Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity seeks volunteers to help at resale outlets

Giving back. That is why Michael Ireland says he continues to volunteer with Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity (COHFH) even though he has worked enough ReStore hours that he is now donating his extra hours to other homeowners in the program.  


Fallin to tour inmate program

Gov. Mary Fallin will tour the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s inmate program, which is contracted through the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s headquarters…
 


Central Oklahoma Habitat builds its 800th home

FROM STAFF REPORTS • Published: July 3, 2015

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is celebrating several milestones: the completion of its 800th home build, its 2015 Women Build and its 400th home built with an energy efficient geothermal system.


Metro family moves into Habitat for Humanity’s 800th home

OKLAHOMA CITY —A metro family has something extra-special to celebration this Fourth of July weekend. Not only will they be celebrating America’s independence, they’ll also be celebrating home ownership.


Kimray founder’s family donates for Habitat home

Tom and Kay Hill donated to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity to honor Kay’s late father, Garman Kimmell, founder of Kimray Inc.


What is HOPE?

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity…building houses…building hope.


Energy FC Assists Habitat for Humanity on Yukon Home

Jun 24, 2014 – Players and staff from Energy FC spent the day Tuesday working with Habitat for Humanity of Central Oklahoma in Yukon, part of Express Employment Professionals’ “30 Years with 30 Homes” initiative.
 


Oklahoma Red Cross Awards $48,000 Grant to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity

April 24, 2014 , Moore , OK – The American Red Cross awards a grant to the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity for $48,000 for the installation of twenty storm shelters in newly built homes in communities affected by the 2013 spring storms.


Habitat For Humanity To Purchase 30 Lots In Moore

MOORE, Oklahoma – Feb. 28, 2014

Let the rebuild continue! Aid from all over has come to help set a new foundation for Moore. And on Friday, Habitat for Humanity is changing one family’s life, while setting blueprints for at least 30 more.  The Henderson’s put it best by saying “we feel reborn.” And that is exactly the plan in Moore.

“I feel like we’ve been given a second chance,” said Louis Henderson.


Central Oklahoma Habitat partner on home build for Moore family impacted by tornadoes

OKLAHOMA CITY – Jan. 12, 2014 Alifonzo and Alma Carrera could never have imagined being able to build a new home when they moved to the United States two years ago.  Now with the help of Access Midstream and Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, that distant dream is becoming reality.

“We heard about Habitat for Humanity’s new home construction program and thought that it might be the help we needed,” Alifonzo said.