Resources & Partners
NOTICE: Hatch My House will close on December 1, 2016. Please see Closing Notice for more information.
We've listed a few resources and partners below to make your event and registry experience better.
Greenvelope offers "electronic invitations that WOW!" Users can email beautiful invitations for their save-the-date notice, wedding or other event.
Greenvelope not only offers sophisticated electronic invitations, but it also offers custom RSVP tracking and the ability to upload your own design. Sign-up at Greenvelope.
PayPal allows HMH users to give and receive money without sharing financial information. PayPal is 10+ year old money transfer service business, with built-in security infrastructure, such as data encryption and fraud prevention tools.
Hatch My House users can either sign up for a free PayPal Standard Business account or link an existing PayPal Personal account created before November 1st 2012 and upgrade it for free to a PayPal Premier account. Both account types enable your registry to accept credit and debit card payments from friends and family regardless of whether or not they have a PayPal account themselves. When you open a Business account - but you are a person - simply list your First and Last Name as the name of the business. If you are a business such as a Non-Profit using the site for Fundraising purposes, list the name of your business. Any money received in your PayPal Business or Premier account is FDIC insured up to $100,000 USD.
UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School partnered with Hatch My House to help fund and build a house with Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, NC. Hatch My House is donating a portion of the transaction fee back to the project.
UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School aims to raise $50,000 to build a house for Yoe Moo and his family, who emigrated to the U.S. from Burma in 2008 after almost 20 years of living in refugee camps on the Thailand border. Hatch My House created a fundraising page to help students and alumni donate and see progress toward the building of Yoe Moo's house.
Since 2005, the students, faculty and staff of UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School have come together to fund and build a house for Habitat for Humanity. So far, UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School has funded four houses in Guatemala and Honduras and eight houses in North Carolina to the tune of $334,000.
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County has built more than 200 homes locally in Orange County, NC, and more than 140 homes internationally since it's start in 1984.