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Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to helping people in need realize their dreams of homeownership.

By giving your time and sharing your talents with Habitat, you are supporting change that will be felt for generations, change that will impact entire neighborhoods, and change that will build communities for everyone in West Virginia.

Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha and Putnam received $75,000 to support its recycling operation through the acquisition of a box truck. This funding is part of WVDEP's ongoing effort to enhance recycling and waste management across the state, supporting a variety of projects from county-wide recycling programs to educational initiatives.

There are ways we can challenge ourselves to grow in empathy. If you want to learn more, check out these tips for how to cultivate more empathy for others.

This holiday season, take a stroll down the Holly Jolly Brawley Walkway and spot the Habitat ReStore tree! Themed "Home for the Holidays," it's a celebration of what Habitat stands for – building homes and hope.

Cheyenne, alongside her children, received the keys to their new home this week, just in time for the holidays. Their home is not only a personal achievement but also represents the final chapter in the North Hills Drive story, a testament to Habitat's commitment to building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.

Habitat for Humanity International is calling on delegates at the COP28 climate change conference to prioritize the housing needs of vulnerable populations by taking action that will meaningfully address the impact of climate change on safe, decent and affordable housing.

Gratitude is about more than taking a second to say “Thanks.” Gratitude shows true appreciation. This Thanksgiving, we have some ideas for how you can give gratitude.

For more than three decades Rosalynn Carter and her husband former U.S. President Jimmy Carter donated their time and voices to help Habitat build alongside families across the globe. Carter he helped build thousands of homes and touched the lives of homeowners and volunteers across the world.

Dive into a heartwarming experience this winter by volunteering at Habitat for Humanity's Charleston and Teays Valley ReStores! Discover how your time and skills can continue to make a difference indoors. Stay warm, meet new people, and help us spread holiday cheer. Discover how you can help without braving the cold.

Discover the wonders of shopping at a Habitat ReStore for just $5. Discover the diverse range of items you can find, from home decor to DIY materials, kitchen essentials, and children's toys. For just a modest $5 spent, you'll be helping build homes and supporting your community. Habitat ReStore: making every dollar spent meaningful.

With immense determination and the support of Habitat's volunteers, Angela worked diligently, overcoming every challenge in her path to homeownership. Angela's story showcases how, through unity and compassion, we can build not just homes, but futures filled with promise and potential.

At "Learn How To Caulk Like a Pro," you'll discover the importance of selecting the right caulk for specific repair tasks. Don't miss this opportunity to gain confidence in tackling home repairs. Join us on Thursday, November 9th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Charleston.

If you’re looking to celebrate this multicolor season in style with your family, check out these fun fall adventures you need to go on this year.

Summer can often feel too short, but with this list of potential activities, you’re sure to fill your days with activities that turn into fond memories.

Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha & Putnam offers a series of informative classes that will teach you how to be a successful, lifelong homeowner. Learn how to maintain your home for life. Developed with the needs of West Virginia homebuyers in mind, our program is the only one of its kind in the country that is open to the public.

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