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
As we celebrate the season, tell us about your family traditions and what being home during this special time of year means to you.
Why does faith motivate? As Habitat’s Doug Murrell has learned, “faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”
A Global Village participant witnesses village spirit at work in Mozambique and learns about the virtue of community.
Habitat’s longtime magazine now has a robust, multimedia-rich presence online, too! It’s a new way to advance the same goal: Share the stories of those helping to build a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
There are many things that we at Habitat for Humanity are grateful for this Thanksgiving. With 1.6 billion people still in need of safe, decent housing, we are especially thankful for all of our supporters who help make home and hope possible.
Teacher Todd Girard knows Habitat’s primary mission is building homes. After watching his students volunteer with Habitat for the past six years, Girard knows Habitat’s work can be life-changing for those helping, too.
The 28th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project will result in 100 core houses. Find out how you can support Habitat’s continuing efforts in Haiti.