Manatee County Habitat for Humanity transforms lives and communities by building and preserving affordable homes with families and by uniting all people around the cause of affordable housing. We are excited to welcome new board member Stacie Mason, who will help us accomplish our goal of safe affordable housing for everyone.
Bradenton, FL. Manatee Habitat announced today the appointment of Stacie Mason, SPHR, SHRM-SCP to the board of directors.
Roger Arnholt, Chairman of the board stated “The Manatee Habitat Board is excited to welcome Stacie Mason as a fellow Board member. Her nearly two decades of residency in Manatee County will serve the Board as an ambassador for community needs and strengths, and serve the community was an ambassador for Habitat’s programs and impacts on families. Her skill set as a leader in human resources will help support Habitat as a strong organization staffed with highly effective talent.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Stacie Macon, our newest Director who brings her passion, commitment and experience to the work of Manatee Habitat” stated Diana Shoemaker, outgoing President, and CEO of Manatee County Habitat for Humanity.
Stacie Mason spent seven years with a Chicago area non-profit assisting adults with disabilities before transitioning to Human Resources. For the past eighteen years Stacie has served the City of Sarasota in the Human Resources Department.
Stacie holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology, criminology, and obtained her master’s degree in employment law in 2020. Stacie is now the Director of Human Resources for the City of Sarasota. She also serves on two advisory boards, Sarasota Technical College and Everglades University sharing her expertise in community workforce needs.
An area resident for nineteen years Stacie is looking forward to giving back to the community she loves by serving on the Manatee County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors.
About Manatee County Habitat for Humanity:
Manatee County Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, ecumenical, volunteer-based organization with the mission to provide opportunities for affordable home ownership, to help keep families safely in homes, to secure safe affordable homes for at-risk Veterans and to build better communities benefiting both homeowners and local businesses.
Manatee County Habitat for Humanity is driven by the vision that everyone deserves a safe place to live. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers Dear Sir or Madam,and pay an affordable 0% interest mortgage. Through financial support, volunteering, or adding a voice to support affordable housing, everyone can help families achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. To learn more, visit manateehabitat.org.
Manatee Habitat is currently building four new homes in Palmetto and will soon be breaking ground on Poling Gardens, a 16 home green community in Samoset. Additionally, Habitat for Heroes, a partnership between Manatee Habitat and Our Next Mission, continue working with at risk Veterans, placing them into safe, affordable lifelong homes. Manatee Habitat, through grant funding from the city of Bradenton and Manatee County, completes multiple critical home repairs annually for area residents in need.
Manatee Habitat Restore
A division of Manatee County Habitat for Humanity, Manatee Habitat ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used home furnishings, building materials, and appliances. The Manatee Habitat ReStore is located at 5108 15th St E in the City of Bradenton, on State Road 70. To donate, just drop off your gently used items at the ReStore or call Manatee Habitat to schedule a free pickup at (941) 355-7082.