'Property Brothers' Team Up with Habitat for Humanity to Build Two Nashville Moms New Homes
We're so excited to see how the new digs turn out.
In November, Jonathan and Drew Scott were named Habitat Humanitarians—Habit for Humanity's highest honor—for their continued work in promoting affordable housing and the organization's mission. Now, the Property Brothers are lacing up thier boots to kick off a new project in Nashville.
As part of the Home Is the Key campaign, the brothers will be building homes for and alongside two Music City moms, Ashlee and Amanda. "We've worked with Habitat for so long and we're incredibly humbled that they honored us with being Habitat Humanitarians. We want people to join. It's the most amazing experience. If you have the chance to go to a build, you'll absolutely love it," said Jonathan on a segment this morning on The TODAY Show.
Habitat for Humanity is also hosting a sweepstakes for building with the Scott brothers in Nashville on April 2nd. One winner will be selected for each brother's team and you can enter here.
Indeed, the brothers' work with the organization is inspiring, but the everyday heroes that pitch in to join Habitat's efforts are equally moving. To learn more about volunteering, visit habitat.org/volunteer.
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