2016 Home Partner Selected

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Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to provide decent, affordable houses to lower-income families in need. To qualify for a Habitat house, a family must meet the income guidelines, must currently live in substandard housing, and must be able contribute between at least 250 sweat equity hours to Garrett County Habitat prior to taking possession of […]

Building Homes, Communities and Hope – 84 Lumber

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Garrett County Habitat for Humanity is thrilled and honored to be a recipient of 84 Lumber’s “Building Hope” campaign and to partner with 84 Lumber in positively impacting our communities. A special thanks to JC Whitehair-Manager of 84 Lumber in Oakland, Kevin DeWitt-sales, and to Maggie Hardy Magerko-President, 84 Lumber Co. for supporting GC Habitat […]

Visit our HOME STORE

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GC Habitat Home Store Celebrates 6 Successful Months in New Location!  Thank you to our families, friends and community for your support with the new GC Habitat Home Store business and location.  We love our new home at 5411 Hutton Road (part of the Thomas Tire building), Oakland, Maryland, 21550. It’s not too big and […]

Charities Helping Charities

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Charities collaborating and helping one another is the name of the game when it comes to serving our community. Garrett County Habitat for Humanity thanks volunteers from  St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Oakland Rotary and the Garrett Mentors for painting, trimming windows and readying roofs on three houses under construction by Habitat, whose mission it is […]

M & T Bank Supports Local Habitat

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M & T Bank Supports Local Habitat Garrett County Habitat for Humanity work would not be possible without the generous involvement and contributions from community partners like M & T Bank. The mission of Habitat for Humanity is to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We view our work as […]

How To Find Your Router IP Address on Mac OS?

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Ensure your router is connected to your Mac before carrying out this process. Follow the steps mentioned below to find your router’s IP address, Go to Finder >> Applications >> Utilities >> Terminal App. This would open up a Terminal window on your screen. Router IP Address And type in ‘netstat -nr | grep default‘ […]