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Tickets will be sold until June 30, 2023.

Drawing date will be July 8, 2023.

Shed will be delivered locally, assuming reasonable site access.

Contact: 413-664-4440

Buy tickets at: Go.Rallyup.com/NBHfH23


  • 1 for $5
  • 5 for $20
  • 15 for $40
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After a two year pandemic pause, it was great to be back in December with our annual Christmas Tree Showcase. Our goal was to raise funds as well as to educate the community about Habitat for Humanity and to give back to the community during the holiday season by offering a wonderful display of trees for all to enjoy.

The Showcase is part of the annual Williamstown Holiday Walk. Members of the community, schools, churches, local businesses and community organizations are invited to purchase miniature artificial trees, decorate them and donate them for the showcase and raffle.

We would like to thank the many, many individuals, businesses, schools, non-profit organizations and youth organizations who purchase and decorate trees for us every year. We thank our sellers of trees: Goodman's Jewelers, Natures Closet, Wild Oats, Mt. Williams Greenhouses, St. John's Episcopal Church, First Congregational Church in Williamstown and DeLego Jewelry Store and Benchmark Kitchens in North Adams. We also thank Aladco Linens for their yearly donation of tablecloths for the showcase, Williams College Dining Services for
providing cookies, and the First Congregational Church for hosting the event. We greatly appreciate your support and generosity of time and money.

Thanks to all 2022 Christmas Tree Donors and the community members who came to view the trees and purchase raffle tickets.

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Table of contents:

  • House Construction Maple Street
  • Our New Homeowners
  • Perspective From a New Volunteer - by Don Dubendorf
  • Our thanks for support of our 14 Maple Street Project
  • Do you have a car you’d like to donate?
  • Our Continuing Mission Over 30 Years
  • Brush for Kindness/Veterans Programs
  • But It’s just one house