Jun 03, 2021
McKee Homes is a family-owned business that believes in the power of doing the right thing for not only our customers, trade partners, and employees, but also within communities in which we do business. This is why we are constantly involved in various local and national charities through our Community Embrace Initiatives.
To passionately enrich the quality of life of individuals in our communities by helping the Alzheimer’s Association accomplish their vision, which is, A World Without Alzheimer’s. In addition, we recognize the many needs of the communities we build in and have a passion for helping those who may not be able to help themselves. That is why we partner with other key charitable organizations, including KidsPeace, Fayetteville Urban Ministry, Habitat for Humanity and The Cape Fear Guardian Ad Litem Association.
Within the past few months, our Community Embrace Program has been hard at work with several different initiates throughout the Wilmington, Fayetteville, and Raleigh Areas.
McKee Homes is proud to be involved in the Fayetteville and Wilmington Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build! Our goal with the Fayetteville Habitat Women’s Build is to build two homes in partnership with local hardworking families and provide access to an affordable mortgage.
This home will be funded and constructed primarily by women and will provide a female-friendly worksite that empowers women to take leadership roles and learn new skills while building homes, community, and hope, all while providing the opportunity for women to take proactive steps in serving their communities.
Since 1991, Women’s Build volunteers from all walks of life have come together to build stronger, safer communities. There is still time to join the cause and make a donation, the Fayetteville Habitat for Humanity has yet to reach its fundraising goals!
Team McKee was honored to support the Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity affordable housing program through the Playhouse Project! unique volunteer opportunity that gives groups and individuals a meaningful, creative, and hands-on day of building playhouses that are then donated to local children.
This great cause not only provides a child with a place to create a world of fun to discover their creativity, but serves the affordable housing needs throughout the Cape Fear region! They might be little houses, but the Playhouse Program makes a huge impact. It’s grown from building 20 playhouses in 2009, to a major operation that donated over 500 playhouses and raised over a million dollars last year!
Don’t forget to check out some of the upcoming Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity initiatives, and see what YOU can do to help this beautiful region by volunteering.
Team McKee was excited to participate in the 6th annual Fayetteville Homebuilders Association Corn Hole Tournament! This event was a great opportunity for McKee Homes to grow its network within the city of Fayetteville, all while expanding our Community Embrace efforts.
The Home Builders Association of Fayetteville’s mission is to serve, advocate, and promote the local building and development industries while fostering unity between members, government and the community.
On March 25th, McKee Homes was invited to participate in the annual Masked Singer event, hosted by the Wake County Homebuilders Association! Different groups of HBA members sung their favorite songs, while others tried to guess who is behind each mask.
This fun event was an effort to help the Wake County Homebuilding Association achieve its mission of advocating, educating, and promoting the building industry within the Wake County area.
The Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County (HBA) represents and promotes the interests of the residential building industry on issues that affect their ability to provide housing that is affordable for all citizens of Wake County. The association serves as the voice of the residential construction industry at the local, state, and national levels.
We were excited to participate in the 16th Annual “Toast of the Town” Wine and Beer Tasting Fundraiser on May 6 at The Cape Fear Botanical Garden!
The event raises money to support The CARE Clinic which is a private non-profit organization that provides free basic medical care and dental extraction services for eligible uninsured, low-income adults living in Cumberland County and surrounding areas. The CARE Clinic is not funded by the government and relies totally on fundraising events, private and corporate donations, and grants to finance the clinic.
Learn more about The CARE Clinic and upcoming fundraising events!
McKee Homes was honored to participate in the 17th annual 2021 Spring Hammers and Nails Golf Tournament, supporting Hammer & Nails, Inc.! This event was in efforts to help the Hammer & Nails non-profit outreach ministry that works with disadvantaged Stark County homeowners with home & property repairs.
Members of Team McKee are excited to be participating in the 25th Annual Fayetteville Urban Ministry Golf Classic, taking place Saturday, June 12th, 2021 at Gates Four Golf & Country Club. Last year, this event raised over $35,000 in support for our programs in Fayetteville & Cumberland County, and we can’t wait to see what this year’s event can help raise!
Learn more about McKee Home’s Community Embrace Initiatives!