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Because of this house... Annual Report 2013-2014 Fiscal Year


Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West

Because of this house... During my 5 years at Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West, I have had the opportunity to see many families become homeowners and for the first time live in peaceful dwelling places, in secure homes, undisturbed place of rest.

Because of their ADA Accessible Habitat house, Darlene and Shelby Desmond have been able to have their grandchildren visit for sleep overs, host family holiday meals, and have a safe environment for Shelby to maneuver his wheelchair.

During the past fiscal year, the affiliate built and sold 13 Habitat homes. By becoming Habitat homeowners, families have the opportunity to undergo major transformations in their lives. It is wonderful to join with a family to celebrate the dedication of their new Habitat home. However, it is even more wonderful to visit with them after they have lived in their Habitat home for awhile and observe families undergo a transformation.

Because of his Habitat house, Charles Certain has been able to raise his four grandchildren. Because of her Habitat house, Dianne Warren is now living under 1 roof with her 2 children and her mother after being separated for several years due to a fire that destroyed their mobile home.

Because of her Habitat house, Latonya Foster’s daughter, Makayla, has been accepted into the PrePharmacy Program at UL Monroe. Also, Latonya’s son, Tyrel, who has special needs has a home that has features to enhance his mobility and independence. These and more than 200 other transformations have occurred because of the support of our volunteers and donors. Thank you for working with us. As you know, our work is not done. Therefore, I look forward to working with you as we continue to build homes and transform families in our community. Sincerely,

President/CEO Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West


MY PEOPLE WILL LIVE IN PEACEFUL DWELLING PLACES, IN SECURE HOMES, UNDISTURBED PLACES OF REST. ISAIAH 32:18


Financials

2013-2014 Fiscal Year Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West

Other 1%

Contributions & Grants 33%

Sales of Homes 39% Management & General 6%

Fundraising 5%

ReStore 27%

Income: $3,179,557 Program Services* 89%

Expenditures: $3,529,588

*Program Services include: home construction, homeowner services, volunteer services and ReStore expenditures.


BY THE NUMBERS

$883,284

Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West ReStore’s annual growth revenue for fiscal year 2014

3%

How much the ReStore’s sales increased over the fiscal year

Cypress 12 Acadian Hardware Growing Ace CATO Partnerships Fancy Face

$41

of revenue is generated per square foot in the St. Tammany West Restore for fiscal year 2014

Hit Lights JCPenney Northshore Millworks Sam’s Club

1,148,273

Pounds of unwanted items were diverted from landfills thanks to donations to the ReStore

Simpson Sod Tractor Supply Walmart Zulli


We make a living by what we get,

but we make a life by what we give.

- Winston Churchill

Over $50,000 Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West

Anonymous Family Foundation • Anonymous through The Catholic Foundation • St. Tammany Home Builders Association • St. Tammany Parish Government

Up To $50,000 Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas

Up To $25,000 American Express Center for Community Development • Cleco Power, LLC • Northshore Millwork*

Up To $10,000 Dodie Adams • Anonymous • AT&T Louisiana • Aug-Jan Properties, LLC • Tom & Carol Ballantine • Birmingham Public Schools • Business First Bank • Stephen Camp • Chevron Make A Difference Campaign • Stephen & Diane Cory • David & Teresa Crumhorn • Al & Stacy Dempsey • Jack & Maura Donahue • DonahueFavret Contractors • Sarah Eddy • Lizby Eustis • Greater New Orleans Foundation • Scott & Kathryn Gutterman • Habitat for Humanity Cars for Homes • Habitat for Humanity International • Home Bank • Christopher Houha • John Jorgenson • Kitty Cleveland • Mark Korell • Adrienne Laborde • Lakeview Regional Medical Center • Llog Exploration Company, LLC • Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church • Nolan Power Group • Payton’s Play It Forward Foundation • Pool Corp • Jacqueline Popham • Todd & Norma Richard • St. Paul’s School • Jeffery & Kathleen St. Romain • Stone Creations, Inc.* • Stephen & Lucille Tujague • Michiel & Maurer Van Voorthuysen • Walmart Foundation • Wilson Sexton Foundation *Gift in kind donation


Up to $1,000

Baptist Community Ministries • Eric Beam • William Beaver • Patricia Brister • Carol Lapari Designs • Monique Casey • Cedarwood School • Christwood Retirement Community • Coldwell Banker TEC Realtors • Covington Presbyterian Church • Covington Rotary Foundation • Annette Doskey • Lisa Dugal • Eric Dunavant • Fauntleroy Latham Weldon Barre’ Architects • Patricia Finan • First Bank And Trust • Florida Marine • Richard Fowler • Kathleen Freeman • Alan Furan • Joanne Gallinghouse • Scott Gardner • Gilsbar Insurance • Greer Equipment Inc. • Gulf Coast Bank & Trust • H20 • Theresa Harmon • Lauren Hebert-Lee • Howell And Associates • Humana • Iberia Bank • Integrity Builders, Inc. • Kim Jaquillard • Ann Jemison • Yvette Jemison • Donald Jenkins • Jones Fussell, LLP • Keller Williams Realty Services • Lisa Krake • Keith & C. J. Ladner • Bobbie Landry • Lane Thomas Housing, LLC • Laporte CPA’s & Business Advisors • Sue Lavin • Doug Maceachern • Robert Marshall • Wayne & Laurie McCants • Mele Printing • Motiva - GNO • Richard & Lori Murphy • NETCHEX • Allen & Johnna Neugent • Painting With a Twist • Peragine & Lorio, LLC • Pontchartrain Parrot Head Club • Premier Pain Center • Gill Purdy • RBLN Properties, LLC • Refractive Rentals, Inc. • Republican Professional Women of St. Tammany • Resource Bank • Rice-Voelker Fund for Recovery • Stephanie Rush • Robert Schaff • Mary-Catherine Scriber • Shell Exploration and Production Company • Darnell Shuart • Karen Slaton • Mary Snyder • Raymond Soong • David & Suzanne Spear • The Allstate Foundation • The Truitt Law Firm • Kris Van Dierendonck • Jeffery Vezain • Jacqueline Vidrine • Pierre & Susan Villere • Pam Voelkel • Marilyn Wenzel • Karin Wolff

THANK YOU

2013-2014 DONORS

$50 to $500

James & Kathleen Abercrombie • Aetna Foundation, Inc. • John Ammerman • Paul & Susan Angelle* • Artmaster’s Screen Printing, Inc.* • Peggy & James Aultman • Authement Family Trust • Michelle Avery • James & Patrice Bagby • Bank of America Charitable Foundation • Helen Bartholomew • Hannah Beals • Charles Beasley • Peggy Benit • Stephanie Berault • Richard Bertrand • Charles & Marta Bragg • Dolores Brewer • Thomas Broom • Ray & Lauri Byerley • C. J. Ladner State Farm Insurance Agency • C. M. Combs Construction, LLC • Daun Calvert • Edward Candilora • Pennie Carr • Joseph Carroll • John Casassa • Jerry Casey • Cato • Chevron Humankind Employee Engagement Fund • Christ Episcopal School • Gerald Cincotta • Columbia Street Tap Room and Seiler Bar • Conbeth Development LLC • Karen Corales • Robert & Alice Couvillon • Greg & Joan Cox • Creative Engineering Group, LLC • Deborah Denova-Baker • Aimee Dodds • Carmina Dolese • Drake Engineering, LLC • Christine Dufrechou • Natalie Edgerton • Julie Edminston • Edna Eikel • Elizabeth W. Wiedemann, Attorney at Law, LLC • Donald Fendlason • First Baptist Church of Covington • Virginia Fontcuberta • Joshua Foster • John Garcia • Virginia Gober • Lisa Grab • John & Catherine Graves • Greater Starlight Baptist Church • Stephanie Guillot • Russ & Marsha Halpin • Ann Hamilton • Joel Hamilton • Marie Hammons • Lloyd Joseph Hartmann • Karen Hebert • Derek Henderson • Donald & Carol Lyn Hoffmann • Marion Holmquist • Melanie Housey • Howell Consultants, LLC • Carolyn Hughes • Diane Johnson • Junior League of Greater Covington • Mary Kane • Ingrid Kemp • Kent Design Build, Inc. • Jim Klein • Harold & Gail Koch • Lyle Kuhlmann • Neal & Anita Kumar-Patel • KV Workspace, LLC • Kyle Associates, LLC • Jonathan & Catherine Lagarde • Maryanne Lapeyre • Diane Laplace • Alison Laskos • Donald Laurent • Mary & Jim Lee • Tim Lentz • Charles Macgowan • Joseph Marquez • Andrew Martin • Kevin & Carolyn Mashburn • Bradley Mayeur • Sean McAndrews • William McCaskill • Sally McGehee • Michael G. Dragon, D.D.S., LLC • Michael Weiner, Attorney At Law, LLC • Gloria Miramon • Robert Morgan • MSH Architects, LLC • Michael & Kathleen Mumme • Helmut Mundt • Murphy Appraisal Services* • Gregory Myers • Donna Naquin • New Covenant Presbyterian Church • Northshore Unitarian Universalist Society of LA • William & Jacqueline Overton • Andrew & Gail Owens • Robert Panek • Shirley & Danny Patron • George Peck • People’s Health • James & Susan Peterson • Bill & Sharon Phillips • Nancy Picard • Nikki Plunkett • Betty Ramsey • Richard C. Lambert Consultants, LLC • Dot Richard • Pamela Richard • Tague & Mary Richardson • Marie Richoux • Mena Robins • Bill & Rose Roe • Theodore & Anne Sarphie • Elizabeth Satterlee • Robert & Margaret Schonberg • Ken Sessa • Roger Shales • Donald Shea • Sean & Brook Spansel • Spartan Building Corp. • Clif St. Germain • St. Tammany Farmer • State Investors Bank • Molly Steele • Stirling Properties • Studio Matthew Voelkel, LLC • Elizabeth Tarkington • The Movement Center • The Tap Room and Grill, Inc. • David Theriot • Sandi Thomas • Mark Thompson • Michele Thomson • Laura Tobin • Toledano & Herrin, LLC • Lacey Toledano • Michael Tranchina • Michael Tusa • United Campus Ministry - U.H. • United Way of Greater Milwaukee • Nicci Varnado • Voelkel McWilliams Construction, LLC • Nancy Wagner • Waldemar S. Nelson & Co., Inc. • Dave & Judith Walz • Harry & Jane Warner • Stephen & Patricia Waters • James White • Donna Williams • Perry Williams • Alma Wirth Tim Wyche • Susan Zaunbrecher


Women Build 2013

Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West

Girls play house, women build them. Women Build is a Habitat for Humanity International program that empowers women to make a difference by taking action against local poverty housing conditions. St. Tammany Parish has a need for affordable workforce housing and women possess the skills necessary to make a difference. Women Build encourages women volunteers, without excluding men, to further the home building mission of Habitat and positively impact the lives of families by making home ownership a reality. Women Build is an annual fundraiser during the entire month of October. Women Accepting The Challenge of Housing (W.A.T.C.H.) is a group of wdedicated ladies who ensure Women Build continues to thrive in western St. Tammany. It began in 2009 when a group of women accepted the challenge by pledging $1,000 a year. In recognition and appreciation of their support, members wear a hand-crafted glass lapel pin created by Carol Lapari designs.

3,000

$118,500

340

3

Hours of volunteer labor contributed to the success of Women Build 2013.

Local volunteers participated in the construction of Women Build 2013.

Raised through W.A.T.C.H pledges, sponsorships and volunteers.

Number of families who partnered with Women Build to help build their new homes.


GET INVOLVED

Make a Donation

Donate online at www.habitatstw.org/donate Or make checks payable to Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West 1400 North Lane, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471

Construction Volunteers Must be 16 or older Tuesday-Saturday 8am-4pm

ReStore Volunteers Must be 14 or older Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm

To Schedule Your Volunteer Time or To Make a Donation: Contact Jennifer Messina, HFHSTW Development Director jmessina@habitatstw.org 985-893-3172 ext 232

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1400 North Lane Mandeville, LA 70471 • (985) 893-3172 • www.habitatstw.org

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