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Women empowering women and their families
May 2, 2016

Women empowering women and their families

Raven and Danielle share how Habitat’s National Women Build Week gave them the opportunity to build a strong foundation for their families.

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What is alternative spring break?
January 4, 2016

What is alternative spring break?

Learn how high school and college students can volunteer and make a difference while enjoying time off from school.

Celebrating all of Habitat’s achievements in 2015
December 28, 2015

Celebrating all of Habitat’s achievements in 2015

We thank you for the financial support, time and voices that help families in your community and around the world build and improve a place they can call home.

Coming home for the holidays
December 16, 2015

Coming home for the holidays

Yashica Tompkins knows the Habitat house she helped build will give her children stability.

Volunteer abroad and make a difference
December 9, 2015

Volunteer abroad and make a difference

See how you can make a lasting, positive impact on someone’s life by volunteering abroad through Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village trips.

Honoring our volunteers on International Volunteer Day
December 3, 2015

Honoring our volunteers on International Volunteer Day

Join us this International Volunteer Day as we recognize and thank our volunteers — as we thank you — for all you do in support of Habitat for Humanity.

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.

What is sweat equity?
November 16, 2015

What is sweat equity?

Learn about the concept of sweat equity and how it can take many forms for partner families working with Habitat for Humanity.

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