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Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to helping people in need realize their dreams of homeownership.
Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha & Putnam and its two ReStore locations are holding a Spring Donation Drive seeking gently-used household items and construction materials. Call or text 304-881-0262 to schedule a free item pickup or drop items off at either location during business hours.
This March, celebrate National Women’s History Month by learning more and giving back. See how you can get involved, live altruistically and make a difference in the lives of girls and women around you.
Even if you care about a cause, how can you ensure you’re a good fit for the position? Here are some ideas to help you find the right fit for volunteering.
Whether donating money or time, giving back has been shown to make a positive impact that goes far beyond the initial act of giving.
How will you help spread the word or give back during Universal Human Rights Month? From volunteering to helping advocate and spread awareness, there are so many ways to get involved.
Through their work, we are able to offer a hand-up to others in our community. With a record number of homebuyers in Habitat’s program, it is clear that our work is more important than ever. Everyone should have an affordable home.
Although the weather is cooling down, that doesn’t mean volunteer opportunities are also cooling! Use this season to participate in activities made for the colder months.
While Halloween is normally reserved for scary-good fun, that doesn’t mean you can’t get involved to benefit a scary-good cause!
Employees from Dow volunteer their time to help finish two houses situated on neighboring lots currently being built by Habitat homebuyers.
Dive into the research around the value and benefits of volunteering in our evidence brief. Habitat for Humanity, like many other nonprofit organizations, relies on volunteers to achieve its mission. Volunteers play key roles across the scope of nonprofit work, from working in offices to supporting programming in communities.
At Habitat for Humanity, we know that a family should never have to spend more than 30% of their income on a home. But consider that even before the coronavirus pandemic, more than 17 million U.S. households were paying half or more of their income on a place to live. That is unacceptable.
We hope to build more homes this year, secure abandoned urban lots to build affordable housing, and increase our organization's presence in Charleston and rural Putnam County. Habitat is hosting community events, actively searching for eligible homebuyers, and offering public home maintenance workshops. Our signature fundraiser, "A Taste of ... in Charleston" is being planned for October this year. Tickets go on sale soon.
Take advantage of the simple ways to find total wellness during August to celebrate National Wellness Month.
Have you been considering an expensive employee retreat? Our Habitat Team Build Days allow your employees to get outside the office and play an important role in helping to strengthen our community and build a brighter future for a local Habitat Homebuyer. Habitat volunteers do not need any previous construction experience, and Habitat for Humanity will provide the tools and training you need for success.
When times are hard, it’s important to move forward and do what you can for others. Above all, open yourself up to listen and try to better understand the situation from your friend or loved one’s perspective.