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Habitat believes that housing provides a critical foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty, and we help families improve their living conditions in a number of ways.

In addition to new construction, we also work alongside families to rehabilitate and preserve existing homes. Click through the projects pictured below to see how amazing transformations like these help Habitat strengthen and repair communities.

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Grand Rapids, Mich.

As part of Habitat Kent County’s revitalization of the Wealthy Heights historic district in Grand Rapids, volunteers performed a total gut rehab on this home, which is projected to be certified LEED Gold.

Comments

Eloise Kristy K... wrote:

I would be willing to volunteer for a year for your help in getting a home

Megan Frank wrote:

Hi Eloise,

Please contact your local Habitat affiliate. You can find out where that is at www.habitat.org/local 

Zebora Tingle wrote:

How do I qualify for one of these rehabs?

Megan Frank wrote:

Hi Zebora,

Please contact your local Habitat affiliate. You can find out where that is at www.habitat.org/local 

Wilda Maymi wrote:

That is wonderful. To see an old house completely renovated and now a family can raise their children in a nice house. God bless those who work on it.

Berdj Joseph Rassam wrote:

That is a magnificent transformation.

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