Hammer & Ales Returns for our 5th Year!

We are thrilled to announce that Hammer & Ales, our signature fundraiser, is back for its 5th year! 100% of the funds raised will support our Habitat Homebuilding Program.

Our Carroll County community is eager for more affordable housing options.

A stable and affordable home transforms lives, reducing stress and fostering well-being. It creates a positive environment for families to thrive, promoting better health and development for both adults and children.

Affordable housing enables families to focus on other important aspects of life without making difficult choices between essentials like rent, health care, food, or transportation.

A decent and affordable home offers new opportunities, boosting confidence and self-reliance. Partnering with Habitat for Humanity means families gain a stable home and more quality time together. With affordable mortgages or small loans, they can save money and invest in their education, turning their home into a place that safeguards their health.

Habitat empowers families by providing access, skills, and financial education necessary for successful homeownership. By partnering with us, families can embrace the opportunities that decent, affordable housing offers.

Of course we need YOU to make this event a success! Would you consider joining us as a sponsor? You don’t have to be a business to be a sponsor. We welcome families, individuals, clubs, and groups too!

How to Become a Sponsor: Contact Stephanie Averett at saverett@cchabitat.org to discuss opportunities or visit here to sign up by September 25th. 

Looking for individual tickets? Visit here to get your tickets today!

Thank you for your support, we absolutely rely on good people like you to help us grow our mission. Together, we build strength, stability, self-reliance, and SHELTER!

Hammer & Ales sponsor levels 2024

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FREE Donation Pickup Is Available Now

Donating your household and building items is easy and FREE, and it helps us build homes for families in Carroll County. Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price.