City of Santa Clarita approves Habitat for Humanity Veteran Community

Habitat for Humanity Santa Clarita Valley Veteran Community

Santa Clarita City Council unanimously approved Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys’ (SF/SCV) “SCV Habitat for Heroes” 87-home community on Tuesday, Mar. 26. This will be an affordable housing community made up of four and three bedroom homes for low-income veterans and their families. Bob Kellar, Mayor for the City, was in full support noting his excitement to approve a well-designed project with the support of so many local community leaders, including the neighbors of the project, Hart School District was among the neighbors, there to support. The proposed 22.8-acre site for the project is on Centre Pointe Parkway south of the Golden Triangle Road intersection and north of Bowman High School. The decision to build the development in … Read More

Warner Bros. Builds with Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV in Sylmar


Wednesday, March 20, Warner Bros. came out to the Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys’ Sylmar Habitat for Heroes site to help construct a new neighborhood for very low-income veterans. More than 30 Warner Bros. employees came out to show their support for our country’s veterans while getting their hands and clothes a little dirty. Warner Bros. worked on the retaining wall, finishing the plastering in a single day! They are going to come back in the later phases of construction around the same time next year to work on the 12 homes at a more completed construction phase. This is part of Warner Bros. Impact program; Impact provides eligible Warner Bros.’ employees worldwide with the opportunity to contribute … Read More

Nickels for Nails/Dollars for Doors – Local Schools Raise Funds to Build Habitat Homes


The 2012-2013 school year has been a busy one for the Nickels for Nails/Dollars for Doors school fundraising program. So far, four schools in Santa Clarita, one in Palmdale and two in the San Fernando Valley have completed or are planning on participating in this fundraising drive. Currently, Plum Canyon Elementary has raised over $500 for Habitat veteran homes in Santa Clarita, leading the way for Habitat for Humanity youth fundraising in North LA County. Other schools who are helping Habitat make homeownership possible are Pico Canyon Elementary and Harvard Westlake. Canyon High School is in the middle of their drive, while Stevenson Ranch School, St. Mary School in Palmdale, and Calabasas High School are committed to participate later this … Read More

Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV Raises Over $250K for Veteran Housing Programs in North LA County


Friday, March 1, Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys (SF/SCV) raised over $250,000, netting over $210,000, for their special Habitat for Heroes veterans program at their annual Habitat Hearts for Heroes Builders Ball. This year’s event honored the Southern California Gas Company and Carl and Jeri Goldman of KHTS AM 1220, two companies instrumental in creating awareness of Habitat for Humanity’s special Habitat for Heroes program in the Santa Clarita Valley. After hearing four testimonials from different low-income veteran families approved to move into the veteran enriched neighborhoods being built by Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV in Santa Clarita and Sylmar in collaboration with the California Department of Veteran Affairs, guests raised their bid paddles and bid on auction items … Read More

Ms. Elite United States of America Supports Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV


Thank you Ms. Elite United States America, Terry Smith, for your support at Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV’s annual Habitat Hearts for Heroes Builders Ball 2013 event. We are so appreciative of your time and efforts supporting our Habitat mission. We hope to see you at many future events. Ms. Elite UNITED STATES AMERICA (Woman of Achievement) is a title given to women 39 Years and older focusing on Platform development, Public Speaking and/or creative expression through the art. They are judged on not only by their appearance but also by how much community service they do and how they make public awareness of their platform. During Terry’s year reign as Ms. New Elite Queen, she received the California Volunteer Award … Read More