Building the change we wish to to see

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"Travis Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter is a youth group of Habitat for Humanity ( that aims to eliminate poverty housing around the world. In this picture we are at a build site taking a break after working four hours to build 4 houses for four very deserving families. Sponsored by various entities, THS HFH CC works hard to volunteer and engage our youth in building homes in Fort Bend County. With over 2,000 hours of volunteer service dedicated since 2009 and $5,100, we are striving to work harder then ever. With 138 members this year, we have expanded our organization in our high school tremendously. Buying shirts from customink has become a "tradition" rather than a business transaction. motivates our members and our partners to work harder in . This T-Shirt company has helped advocate our mission in THS HFH CC: Mission: To engage our youth in eliminating poverty housing in our community through fundraising, advocating, educating, and volunteering. And most of all, our vision has become more clear: A world where everyone has a place to call home. Statistics: Group size: 138 Amount Raised: $5,100 (as of Sept. 2011) Houses to be built in 2012: 2 (one in Kenya & one in Tanzania). Our slogan this year: Build the change you wish to see. Thank you customink for the " - - Travis Habitat for Humanity C.C. (Dec 02, 2011)

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comment by Guest - Dec 03, 2011 - back to the top

Love Habitat & hope you win!

comment by Guest - Dec 07, 2011 - back to the top

OMG Love these shirts! I have like 3 shirts from this company, and I couldn't be happier with this group & the company!

comment by Guest - Dec 07, 2011 - back to the top

Awesome designs! Especially the one with the hammer!

comment by Guest - Dec 09, 2011 - back to the top

Amazing shirts! :)

comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

Right there with you, friend. I petosd on this tonight too. My husband and I have a friend that adopted a teenage girl from Haiti just over a year ago. He and his wife are in the process of adopting her sister (it's a long process). They both were living at an orphanage. I petosd a link on my blog that people can make donations to. Thankfully, Rozette's sister and the children at her orphanage are okay.