Learn about the concept of sweat equity and how it can take many forms for partner families working with Habitat for Humanity.
Share your hopes for what a decent place to live can mean for families around the world and you could win a 2016 Habitat for Humanity calendar.
President and Mrs. Carter and country music stars Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks, along with dozens of volunteers, recently helped raise the walls of a home to announce the Carter Work Project 2016.
Find out when Habitat for Humanity was founded, who some of our most famous supporters are, how we work with families and more.
See how our volunteers built with a family in Nicaragua and learn how you can get involved with Habitat for Humanity today.
Help us say thanks to the special teams of volunteers that help us go that extra yard to build homes, communities and hope.
If we all work together something important could happen by 2030.