Habitat World Blog

Why we are thankful
November 24, 2015

Why we are thankful

Habitat for Humanity is thankful to be able to help homeowners like Shauntika Johnson and her son, Josiah, fulfill their dreams, and we give thanks to all those who make that opportunity possible.

More Posts from the Habitat World Blog

Rachel Cychosz builds with Habitat in El Salvador.
January 18, 2013

Why I Serve

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, AmeriCorps alum Rachel Cychosz reflects on the true value of helping others.

Habitat volunteer Jordan Schweiger shares his inspiration for service.
January 11, 2013

"In what ways do I live for others?"

Everest Build II attendee Jordan Schweiger shares his inspiration for volunteering with Habitat.

Vivian Barclay volunteers in Haiti during Carter Work Project 2011.
January 8, 2013

A Variety of Volunteer Stories

Habitat’s good work is fueled by good people. Read four inspiring volunteer stories in this week’s post.

Thank you for your support and for what we'll do together in 2013!
January 2, 2013

Help build homes, communities and hope in 2013

As the new year begins, we offer a starter sampler of ways you can join us in 2013 as we build homes, communities and hope.

Sen. Al Franken helped build the 2,000th Habitat house in Minnesota.
December 26, 2012

'A privilege to participate'

Sen. Al Franken helped build the 2,000th Habitat house in Minnesota and shares his thoughts on the difference a safe, affordable home can make.

December 19, 2012

"The bad came in, but the good is here, too."

With the help of Habitat Mobile Response Units, volunteers, partners and Sandy-affected families come together to begin rebuilding.

December 18, 2012

Making a tangible difference

Mobile Response Units are a moving reminder of how Habitat brings people together to do good work.