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Habitat World Blog

September 29, 2014

Sustainable, energy-efficient homes that are affordable and safe

See where Habitat for Humanity is building LEED certified homes and what this means for Habitat families and communities.

More Posts from the Habitat World Blog

Habitat homeowner Helen Prysock recently paid off her mortgage early and burned the note in celebration.
October 29, 2012

"My life changed for the better"

Habitat homeowner Helen Prysock recently paid off her mortgage early and burned the note in celebration. She reflects on what she calls the “blessing of homeownership.”

Christopher Vincent is Habitat's director of congressional relations and international affairs.
October 25, 2012

Learning from the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Impact Evaluations

Christopher Vincent shares what we can learn from how the Millennium Challenge Corporation evaluates impact.

Jessica Reid is a Habitat for Humanity AmeriCorps alum
October 22, 2012

‘Proud to be an AmeriCorps alum’

As the annual National Service Leadership Conference begins, AmeriCorps alum Jessica Reid reflects on her own transformative experience.

Randy Sommerfelt
October 19, 2012

Serving those who serve

The Repair Corps program helps military veterans like Randy Sommerfelt by repairing and improving their homes.

Photo of Warren Haynes
October 15, 2012

Win Warren Haynes Christmas Jam CDs! (Giveaway)

The annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam has raised more than $1 million for Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. We’re giving 10 lucky readers the chance to experience the “jams of Christmas past” in your own home.

Habitat ECA identifier
October 9, 2012

Habitat participates in World Urban Forum

Europe and Central Asia office showcase work at premier global conference on cities

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