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Wilkes Habitat for Humanity is holding our 5th Annual Big Cheese Competition, a friendly contest to find out who will be The Big Cheese in Wilkes County in 2018! These nine intrepid Habitat supporters have joined the competition, each agreeing to raise at least $500 for Wilkes Habitat for Humanity by May 15th, 2018. The person who raised the most funds during the competition will be crowned the 2018 Big Cheese in Wilkes County on Friday, May 18th at The Big Cheese Ball!

To support your favorite contestant and find out more about their campaigns, click on their names below:

JEFF CHILDRESS – Lowe’s

DR. ALEXANDER ERWIN – Educator

VALERY GUEVARA – Bliss Hair & Nail Salon

JERRY HUDLER – Hud’s Barber Shop

ANGELA MAYBERRY – Stoney Creek Therapeutic Massage

BARRY MITCHELL Anchor Coffee

KAT ROMANISH – Wilkes County Schools

AVA STREET – Wilkes Early College High School

TIFFANY YOUNG – Midtown Garden Market

If you would like to support your favorite contestant with a gift to Wilkes Habitat for Humanity via check, please include the contestant’s name in the memo line. Our mailing address is 320 Cothren Street, Wilkesboro, NC 28697.

100% of the funds raised during The Big Cheese campaign directly support Wilkes Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing program, with no funds being used for overhead expenses. That means that when you support a Big Cheese contestant, your gift goes as far as possible to give a hard-working Habitat partner family the chance to achieve the American Dream of purchasing a decent & affordable Habitat home.

Thank you to all of our wonderful Big Cheese contestants & supporters!!!

We’re Building!

The 2017-2018  application period for purchasing a new Habitat home is currently closed as we get ready to launch our next three homebuilding projects here in Wilkesboro in 2018.

In partnership with the State Employees Credit Union Foundation, we’re launching the first Habitat project in Alleghany County’s history this fall as well.

Volunteers are a key part of our ministry, making our homes more affordable and building a network of community support for each of our homebuyers and their families. We look forward to working with everyone to make these 4 homes come to life over the next several months. You can help build self-reliance through affordable shelter.

The application period for the 2018-2019 homebuilding cycle will open in March of 2018. Stay tuned!

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