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Habitat Pasco needs families!

Habitat Pasco needs families!

Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco needs families for Habitat homes. We do not currently have a waiting list.

We accept applications year-round in our Habitat corporate office located in the Dade City Business Center 15000 Citrus Country Dr Suite 420 Dade City, FL 33523 (Hwy 301 & Lock St).

Please contact Kaci Wubbena at (352)567-1444, kwubbena@habitatpasco.org, or just stop in. The office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Basic family selection criteria is listed below:

U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity

U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity

U.S. housing statistics and research from Habitat for Humanity:

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Time for Remembrance

Time for Remembrance

New Port Richey, Florida - It's a time of year to remember those who have passed and honor their spirit.

HPH Hospice invites you to join us for the Autumn 2011 Time for Remembrance services. The event will be taking place on Thursday, Nov, 10 at 6801 Rowan Rd in New Port Richey and is free to the public.

Fund-raising Help Needed

Fund-raising Help Needed
Pasco County -- Your leadership matters. Our community matters. Thank you for your thoughtful consideration, as we need your help. If you or your group would like to organize a fundraiser, please contact Stephanie Black (352)567-1444 or sblack@habitatpasco.orgHere are some Fund-raising Ideas:

Make a lasting difference in your community

Make a lasting difference in your community

Pasco County -- You can make a lasting difference in your community by making a planned gift to Habitat for Humanity for East & Central Pasco. Planned gifts enable our affiliate to develop bold strategies for the future and take advantage of opportunities to make the greatest impact.

As you plan for your future and reflect on the legacy you will leave behind, consider the following ways you can strengthen families and communities through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.

Annual Swampfest Fun

Annual Swampfest Fun

Land O' Lakes- The scent of corn dogs and funnel cakes were in the crisp autumn air Saturday, Nov. 5 as 6-year-old Alexandrea and her 3-year-old sister Caitlyn were riding on the fair rides at the annual Swampfest.

Right in the heart of Land O' Lakes at the Community Center, locals spent Nov. 4, 5, and 6 riding rides at the festival.

Formerly known as "The Flapjack Festival" this event has been a hit for decades with the entire community.