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Shawsheen Valley Technical High School 

Shawsheen Valley Technical High School faculty and students have worked on two of the homes in our South Street project, and look to continue that relationship on our future projects.

Wamesit Lanes

The MacLaren family and all of their staff at Wamesit Lanes have repeatedly demonstrated their commitment to the mission of THB, as well as their support for their community more broadly.  Wamesit Lanes is an outstanding corporate community member, and a great friend to Tewksbury Home Build.

Town of Tewksbury

The Town of Tewksbury has provided significant support with our builds in town.  The land was acquired through a public RFP process which allowed the build to happen.  In addition, the Board of Selectmen have approved expenditures from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund to cover back taxes and additional resources for the builds. 

Marc Ginsburg & Sons

Marc Ginsburg has been an incredible resource to our projects.  Providing professional guidance, materials, labor, and general support, Marc Ginsburg & Sons have gone above and beyond when it comes to their contributions to THB.

Soldier On is a private, nonprofit organization committed to ending veteran homelessness. Soldier On was organized in 1994 to provide a continuum of programs to ensure that homeless veterans and their families have access to immediate and long-term housing with an array of support services delivered to them where they live. The ultimate goal is to provide formerly homeless veterans with permanent, supportive, sustainable housing with services. For more information, visit www.wesoldieron.org

Tewksbury Country Club

Tewksbury Country Club hosted our annual Scramble Golf Tournaments for several years.  The management at TCC was fully committed to supporting our mission in Tewksbury until their closure in 2022.

Tewksbury Congregational Church is the birthplace of Tewksbury Home Build.  In 2014, representatives of Habitat for Humanity of Lowell approached the church's leadership to determine the level of interest by the congregation to support the first build in Tewksbury.  Shortly thereafter, a small group of church members formed an internal church committee to lead the effort to raise $50,000 towards the Tewksbury home. As the efforts progressed, it was clear that there was a huge interest in supporting this effort in town, and Tewksbury Home Build was formed as a separate non-profit organization.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell (HFHGL) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that works to strengthen families and communities through affordable homeownership opportunities. HFHGL works in partnership with corporations, like-minded community groups, faith-based organizations, and individual volunteers to develop communities with people in need by building and renovating decent, energy efficient, affordable homes. Not only do Habitat families pay for their homes through a monthly mortgage, they also put in between 225 and 400 hours of sweat equity and complete both a financial and first-time buyers program prior to becoming homeowners.

HFHGL services 15   towns: Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Lowell, Reading, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro, Wakefield, Westford, and Wilmington