Habitat World Blog
The second blog in a series exploring the findings of a 2014 MacArthur Foundation survey, the impacts experienced by those in distressed housing situations and the belief that something can be done.
More Posts from the Habitat World Blog
Florida State University student Rachel Durham chronicles this year’s Seminole Shack Showdown.
The Haiti Property Law Working Group is creating new opportunities by clarifying and bringing consistency to buying and selling land in Haiti.
Steven wants a dog, a swing set and a place to run. Future Habitat homeowner Jen Triplett shares how she and her husband are working to make that happen for their son.
Syracuse University sophomore Caroline Mahony offers three lessons learned during a Habitat volunteer road trip.
See the impact of Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge alternative break program.
CEO Jonathan Reckford reflects on hope as the essence of the Easter message — and the Habitat story.
Habitat for Humanity believes that adequate housing requires safe and reliable access to water and sanitation.