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“Love Your Neighbor Week was created last year as a way for our club to pour love and support into our community, which was suffering in the midst of the pandemic,” said VHHS junior and habitat club President Rebecca Berry. “We hope to raise the necessary funds to build another house this year, but the week is also meant to encourage people to do small things with great love."

"Proceeds from the event will benefit the school’s Habitat for Humanity Club, which is preparing to build its 17th home for a family in need in the greater Birmingham area. The concert marks the culmination of the club’s second annual Love Your Neighbor Week, which seeks to encourage the community through small acts of kindness."

“Yes, we go out and build someone’s home, and we serve alongside them. But our club is so much more than that,” Bass said. “We have the opportunity to bless someone people within our own community,”

“The purpose of Love Your Neighbor Week is to pour back into our city,” Bass said. “There is no minimum requirement for donations from local businesses, thanks to the generosity of our top tier sponsors – Swaid Medical Clinic, Method Mortgage, Shipt Inc., Precision Grinding and several Vestavia families and individuals.”

"The club has designed a set of events and opportunities for everyone to be a part of and show their support for the community. Support a Favorite Business Day encourages people to go out and shop at a store in the city. Favorite Restaurant Night invites people to go eat out. The club has partnered with specific establishments which are listed on their website. And finally, Love Your Community Servant Day is a day of appreciation for all of the first responders, nurses, doctors, teachers, and administrators throughout the community. "

Building Hope

By: The Vestavia Voice

“Our VHHS Habitat club members are rock stars in the local Habitat community,” McGough said. “The Habitat on-site construction supervisors are always happy to see our students arrive because they know that they are great workers who will be focused on their tasks all day and get the job done."

“A home to help these families get back on their feet changes the direction of their lives and starts them on the road to becoming independent again.”

“Owning my own home will give my family a secure place to live that will show my girls that they can have peace, protection and comfort.”

"The homecoming dance at Vestavia Hills High School raised more than $11,000 for Habitat for Humanity this year - $11,167.31, to be exact, and it could not have been achieved without the tireless efforts of some VHHS students."

"What a great partnership for so many years. Thank you to everyone who made this year's house possible."

"This morning we presented the Vestavia Hills High School Habitat Club a check for $1050 from corsage sales for their Homecoming Fundraiser. We are so proud of these kids for all of their hard work and fundraising efforts for Habitat for Humanity. Keep up the good work, kids!"

"Ms. Rayford recently became a proud homeowner thanks to volunteers and supporters from Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church and Vestavia Hills High School."

"Habitat for Humanity is proud to report that the Homecoming dance raised a profit of $11,167.31!"