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We build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. We believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.

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Families who partner with us build their own homes alongside volunteers, pay an affordable mortgage and are grateful for your help.

Habitat features

Habitat Poland: Housing solutions in action

Habitat Poland exemplifies multiple ways of addressing a dire housing crisis. Though there are many different needs, there is no one solution — so Habitat innovates through renovations, advocacy, housing revitalization programs and more.

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What neighborhood revitalization looks like in two communities

With a focus on lifting up and bringing lasting change to communities, Habitat works with local partners to implement solutions as unique as the neighborhoods themselves. Take a closer look at efforts underway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Muncie, Indiana — and two residents who have made the cause their own.

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Celebrating 30 years of Global Village

For 30 years, the Global Village program has helped expand the far-reaching, worldwide impact of Habitat’s work by empowering volunteers to build and improve homes alongside families in over 30 nations across the globe.

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Should I donate this to the Habitat ReStore?

When cleaning, remodeling or moving, you often run into household items you no longer use, but that are still in great condition. Whether it be items like the windows you just replaced or an old TV, you may wonder, “Should I donate this?”

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Carter Work Project 2018

The 2018 Carter Work Project headed to Indiana where President and Mrs. Carter worked alongside future homeowners and volunteers to build or improve 41 homes in Mishawaka and South Bend.

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