Habitat World Blog
The third blog in a series exploring the findings of a 2014 MacArthur Foundation survey, the tough choices struggling families sometimes have to make, and how a Habitat home can make all the difference.
More Posts from the Habitat World Blog
Clive Rainey recalls the grace, dignity and fire of the Rev. Samuel Emerick, the first chair of Habitat’s international board of directors.
Tell us how you plan to get involved with Habitat in 2012.
AmeriCorps VISTA member Ashley Hartzell reflects on Dr. King’s legacy through the prism of a DC Habitat partnership.
Habitat’s Mark Andrews reflects on earthquake recovery work — from rubble to a recognition of the power of the human spirit.
Volunteer Rita Keegan sees God at work when she travels with Thrivent Builds.
As the last day of 2011 approaches, we look back at Habitat for Humanity’s accomplishments over the past year, thanks to you.
As we celebrate the season, tell us about your family traditions and what being home during this special time of year means to you.