Stud-A-Thon
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Sponsor a Stud today! Your support helps build a Habitat home.

Leave Your Mark in Comal County with our Habitat build on Candlelight Drive with Joe & Candace’s family. Make an impact by sponsoring or hosting a stud(s). The family has completed 350 hours of sweat equity, attending home ownership education classes, completing Financial Peace University and countless other areas of pledged responsibility. 

Joe & Candace’s Family

We are counting on community support to match the dedication of these families. It will take over 300 studs (2×4-8) to frame a Habitat home for Joe & Candace’s family.

There are 2 distinct ways to have an impact on Candlelight Drive:             

  1.  Sponsor a Stud. Donate $200 per stud – typically individuals, families, or organizations. Decorate with your family name, business logo, or just have fun.           
  2.  Host a Stud. Donate $75 per stud up-front and then collect $125 per stud within their group, business or organization – typically done by asking employees/peers/patrons to make donations and decorate the stud throughout the month or in a contest or raffle within your group.

Each Stud Sponsor and Stud Host will be invited to our viewing event, Stud-Finder, where you will “find your studs” in the framework, enjoy refreshments and meet Habitat homebuyers and their families. Studs will be available for pick up at the Comal County Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 1269 Industrial Dr. in New Braunfels.

The family currently lives in an apartment that is not handicap-accessible for their daughter, Maci. With everyone facing difficulties, they hope their new Habitat home will provide what they need.

“Putting a roof over my children’s heads… being able to have a place to watch them grow up,” said Candace, future Habitat homeowner. “I think I’m mostly excited about Maci’s room and bathroom. Finally having a room that can accommodate her.”

The family currently lives in an apartment that is not handicap-accessible for their daughter, Maci. With everyone facing difficulties, they hope their new Habitat home will provide what they need.