Families partner with Habitat for Humanity to build better lives for themselves and their children.
When a family slides that key into the lock of a house they’ve helped build, they’re unlocking more than just the physical front door to their new home. They’re unlocking their fullest potential. Newly empowered, confident in their capabilities, with a clearer financial path than they have perhaps ever known, every family that we help is better able to help themselves.
Freed from the worry and stress of unaffordable and unacceptable living conditions, a family can find firmer footing. And where does that path lead? Health. Education. Opportunity. Community.
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At Habitat, we partner with families, communities and local organizations in the communities to help older adults improve their homes and their quality of life so they can flourish where they live.
But a troubling reality is that many older adults, about 19 million, are living in homes that are in disrepair or inadequate for their needs and unable to access resources to make these places livable.
At Habitat, we understand the positive impact that growing old in your own home and community can have. That’s why we partner with families, communities and local organizations across the U.S. to help older adults improve their homes and their quality of life so they can flourish where they live.
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Families in need of a decent place to live build safe and affordable homes in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
The labor of volunteers and partner families, efficient building methods, modest house sizes, and no-profit partnerships make it affordable for low-income families to purchase Habitat houses.
Habitat houses are modestly sized. They are large enough for the homeowner family’s needs, but small enough to keep construction and maintenance costs affordable.
Habitat for Humanity uses quality, locally available building materials. Habitat home designs reflect the local climate and culture.
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