A world where everyone has a decent place to live.


Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. 


What We Do:

  • Build and sell decent, quality, affordable houses to families at a zero percent interest rate.
  • Select families based on their level of need, willingness to partner with Habitat, and ability to repay a mortgage.
  • Provide home maintenance, budgeting, and financial educations classes free of charge to anyone in our community.
  • Make used household goods, appliances, electronics, and home improvement items available to the community at convenient prices.
  • Work with volunteers and donors from a broad range of groups: religious, social, business and local government.

What We Believe

  • Working hand in hand with Habitat homebuyers & community members produces a sense of empowerment and accomplishment, which provides an environment for positive life changes.
  • We provide a hand up, not a hand out.
  • Giving to others meets our own human needs as well as those we serve.
  • Our most important resources are our volunteers, donors, and homeowners.

How We Build:

  • VOLUNTEERS provide the labor on build sites and assist in the ReStore.
  • The ReStore: Finances from the ReStore help cover administrative costs so that donations can go more directly to building homes.
  • “Gifts in Kind” —
    • Donations of land, materials, and discounts on materials provide many of our supplies.
    • Donations of time by professionals and tradesmen such as: architects, electricians, and roofers provide expert, certified and warranted services.
  • Financial gifts that provide the funds to purchase land, materials and services.

Who We Serve:

  • We strive to provide the life-changing opportunity to own a home to families who are working hard towards home ownership.
  • Families whose income doesn’t give room for a conventional down payment and an interest-bearing mortgage.
  • We consider families without regard to race, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, color, age, physical ability, religion, marital, or family status.
  • To become a Habitat Homeowner, candidates go through an extensive selection process and must meet the following requirements:
    • Housing Need
    • Ability to Pay
    • Willingness to Partner