Volunteers make a difference by picking up a hammer and helping to change lives. The energy and compassion they bring is invaluable. They often get as much or more from the experience than the families. The partnerships provide a spark for community improvement.
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Now more than ever, Habitat for Humanity’s work is critical. For many families, those who were already struggling with a need for decent and affordable housing, their daily lives have only become more challenging. For others, those who find themselves affected by the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the future is newly uncertain.
These are the families who now more than ever need the hand up that we can provide. Even in these times — especially in these times — we continue to work tirelessly toward our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to limit in-person volunteers to skilled volunteers who work with the affiliate on a consistent basis. Habitat for Humanity’s recommendations have always been designed to protect the health and safety of every individual involved. We are committed to following the safety and social distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC and local government.
Habitat for Humanity offers faith groups a powerful way to put their faith into action, and many faith partners support Habitat through their generous donations, prayers — and volunteers.
The tangible experiences that Habitat provides allow you to engage those around you & live your faith and love.
National Women Build Week is one of the major initiatives supported through Lowe’s five-year, $20 million pledge to Habitat for Humanity. Woman across the globe joined with hearts & hammers to build stability and advocate for affordable housing. Locally, we gathered to help an Honorably Discharged Veteran in need
In honor of the memory of Honorably DIscharged Marine Veteran, William Childers
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