PO Box 912, 10022 NC Hwy 211 E, Aberdeen, NC 28315
The mission of Operation FINALLY HOME is to provide custom made mortgage free homes to wounded and disabled veterans and the widows of the fallen in an effort to get their lives back on track and become productive members of their communities.
This past spring, the Moore County Home Builders Association was approached by Operation Finally Home to build a house for the widow of a fallen soldier. We were asked to assist them with the labor and material procurement for this house and we enthusiastically accepted the offer!
MCHBA approached a natural partner in our industry, the Pinehurst-Southern Pines Area Association of Realtors and invited them to unite with us on this project. They gladly accepted and were eager to support this cause by planning various fundraisers for themselves and for the community to enjoy during the course of the build.
Corporate sponsors, builders, developers, individual contributors, & and volunteers are needed to help build this home for this deserving family. With your help, we can ensure this family succeeds in their challenging new world and ultimately enjoys a productive and rewarding life.
What can I do?
Hold your own fundraiser event to raise awareness of Operation FINALLY HOME to build a house for America’s severely wounded service members, widows of the fallen and their families.
• Volunteer for one of the events in your area.
• Make a monetary donation to Operation FINALLY HOME.
• Join your community to enjoy the fundraising events for this effort.
How to donate
100% of contributions specifying the “Moore County” will be applied towards this project. If the donations exceed the cost of this project, the remaining funds will be applied towards a future Operation FINALLY HOME build.
Deliver or mail your donations to the Moore County Home Builders Association or to the Pinehurst–Southern Pines Area Association of Realtors. These are desig¬nated drop off locations in Moore County.
Please make checks payable to:
Operation Finally Home with “Moore County project” in the memo line.