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Addressing the affordable housing crisis
April 22, 2015

Addressing the affordable housing crisis

The importance of home was highlighted during housing policy discussions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, co-sponsored by Habitat for Humanity.

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Collegiate Challenge teams help Habitat build more
April 16, 2015

Collegiate Challenge teams help Habitat build more

Learn what an alternative spring break trip is like at one local Habitat and see the amount of young volunteers that have served Habitat so far this year.

Act! Speak! Build!
April 14, 2015

Act! Speak! Build!

Right now, more than 120 groups, mostly from colleges and universities, are joining together to advocate for affordable housing and fair access to credit during Act! Speak! Build! Week.

Preserving our past, building our future
March 31, 2015

Preserving our past, building our future

This historical slideshow marks the April 1 opening of the Habitat for Humanity International archive at the University of Georgia.

In recognition of World Water Day, Habitat is joining #Blue4Water and encouraging others to show support for clean water by wearing blue on Friday, March 20.
March 17, 2015

#Blue4Water: Celebrating World Water Day

In recognition of World Water Day, Habitat is joining #Blue4Water and encouraging others to show support for clean water by wearing blue on Friday, March 20.

March 11, 2015

What’s the most unique item you’ve found at a Habitat ReStore?

Calling all treasure hunters – what’s the best thing you’ve found at a Habitat ReStore?

March 4, 2015

Reinforcing the importance of Habitat’s work

The need and lasting impact affordable housing has on homeowners and their families is undeniable. Read and share reports that reinforce this important work.

Volunteer abroad and be transformed!
February 23, 2015

Volunteer abroad and be transformed!

Hear from the Rev. Jeff Meyers about his firsthand experience with Habitat’s Global Village volunteer trips that left him and his students forever changed, and see how you can get involved today.

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