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Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc.

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Causes: Christianity, Homeless & Housing, Housing Development, Construction & Management, Religion

Mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Results: Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County, Inc. has served 327 families from 1985 through 2014.

Target demographics: Overcome Poverty Housing

Direct beneficiaries per year: 13 Partner Families.

Geographic areas served: Brevard County, FL

Programs: New home builds, home rehabs, critical home repairs and our "A Brush With Kindness" paint and landscape program.

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6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

In May of 2017 this little girl was adused physically by saylor s mothers boyfriend!! She found non response at the time she was air flighted to Tampa and then to Miami hospital here father now has full custody of the 2 twin girls he is a full time worker Pilots Paradise Sonya is in a special daycare her sister goes to regular daycare josh needs lots of help now to get things good for the twins he's in a bind wants the best to the twins!! Sonya in physically unable to walk right now she's 14 months she did walk before the abuse right eye is slightly turned to the right her right side of her body seams movement is slower then the left side she's going to be going down a long road to recovery were not going to Kno her mental state till later down his road! If there's. Orangnation that can help his family fill free to call me. 772-203-3793 Annette I'm a good friend trying my best to get Joshua Weeks help for his twin girls.Thank you

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Donor

Rating: 1

This charity should have a 10 year audit to show / reveal how they misused funds. No search of property records can relate what insiders in the Brevard County real estate industry knew all along - H4H Brevard was slightly corrupt. The president at the time, Joe G, brokered terrible deals in the mid 2000's. At that time, the charity would compete head on for overpriced land deals that would stay on the books for years to come. They have pretty much filtered the worst of these deals out of the system through their ownership program - so they no longer show up (Carol). Also, during the stuggles of the last bad economy, the leaders continued to pay themselves a pretty high salary.

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Firefighter Mike

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Volunteered here once with my family. It was a great experience!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Habitat for Humanity of Brevard is incredible. Their exceptional finanacial management has given them a 4-star rating with Charity Navigator for the last 3 consecutive years. They are #2 on the 'Top 10 Charities Worth Watching". Their officers get nominal salaries (see the public records at http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=10688 ). Working on these homes has been a deeply satisfying experience; one of most meaningful of my life.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I checked out the Brevard Property Appraiser Web site and found out that Blautman is an idiot. HFHBC owns property that was almost all donated and almost all far more recently that 2005. Blautman needs to learn how to read the Web site information before he or she starts insulting a truly worthwhile and trustworthy organization like HFHBC.

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Donor

Rating: 1

This branch of HFH is wasteful to the point of almost corrupt. The prices they paid for property during the real estate boom were way above market. Anyone can look at land they purchased on the Brevard County Property Appraisers website; search real estate records by Habitat for Humanity and look at the purchase price paid for vacant land. I wonder if they were guiding their office to purchase friends properties at inflated prices. Today the organization is strapped for funds and holds of bunch of land worth 1/4 or less of the investment. Had they managed the funds more prudently they could be helping people today instead of just being able to pay their own salaries.

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