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If you're interested in joining any of these committees, contact the Habitat for Humanity of Taos office at 575-758-7827. Please check the Events and Meetings Calendar for Committee meeting dates and locations.
Coordinate labor, plans, materials and family interests to build the finished product, "a simple, decent house in a decent community for God's people in need."
Cultivate HFHT's relationship with local churches, seek Covenant Churches, and maintain ties to currently involved churches.
Organize and carry out applicant's interviews, and selection processes. We find the home buying partner families who fit the criteria of need for shelter, ability to make no-interest loan payments, and ability to partner with HFHT.
Work with home buying partner families through sweat equity, home ownership education, home purchase process, adjustment to new responsibilities and continued partnership with the organization. The committee is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating this aspect of the program.
Raise sufficient money as determined by the Board of Directors to fund the needs of the organization in order that simple, decent housing can be built with home buying partner families.
To provide a liaison with HFHT attorney and monitor the legal needs and requirements of the organization, including insurances.
This group staffs the office, which provides coordination and support for the organization.
Mission: To continually improve the community's awareness of our work, recognize our participants, and encourage new donations of time and materials so more people have simple, affordable housing.
Works to grow the ReStore business by creating a Strategic Plan/Operating Guidelines, ensuring that the “Five P’s (Product, Price, Place, Promotion, and People) of Marketing” are addressed, and acting as a liaison between the HFHT Board and the ReStore. The goal is to grow the ReStore business to not only cover all administrative costs of HFHT, but to become a major source of funding for Home Builds.
Identify potential sites, evaluate sites' availability and appropriateness, evaluate site suitability for affiliate's basic house plans, develop site acquisition criteria policy for board approval, implement the board-approved site acquisition policy and maintain acquired sites.
Recruits, interviews, trains and coordinates volunteers to carry out HFHT's mission in Taos County.