Help eliminate poverty housing
More than 1.6 billion people live in substandard housing. Donate to Habitat today to help eliminate poverty housing and homelessness.
The Habitat family’s hearts and prayers are with President Carter
The thoughts and prayers of Habitat for Humanity go out to President and Mrs. Carter and family during this time.
The September issue of Habitat World is online
Catch up on inspirational stories from near and far, with updates from the Gulf Coast, Georgia, India and beyond.
The September issue of Habitat World is online
What Habitat has accomplished since Katrina
Take a look back at all that has been accomplished and how Habitat is still building along the U.S. Gulf Coast.
How to make a DIY room divider out of bifold closet doors
Wendi shows us how easy it is to repurpose bifold closet doors she bought at her local Habitat for Humanity ReStore into a DIY room divider.
How to make a DIY room divider out of bifold closet doors
Whirlpool renews partnership
Whirlpool announced the renewal of its 16-year ongoing partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
Whirlpool renews partnership with Habitat for Humanity
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a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

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Travel with Habitat
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Habitat for Humanity RV Care-A-Vanners

Meet the volunteers who travel around the U.S. in their RVs building houses with Habitat for Humanity's partner families.

Meet our homeowners and volunteers

Meet some of our volunteers who help us build and renovate houses and learn more about the families who have made them their homes.

A sense of belonging
New Zealand family achieves stability in a Habitat house.
First time for…
Habitat helps home become a place for moments like these.
Meeting a new “family”
Jo and John Flowers found more than painting help.

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