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every family

deserves a safe and affordable home.

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Join AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that take different approaches to improving lives and fostering civic engagement. More than 75,000 Americans across the ...
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Construction Progress: August 2022

When you build with Beaches Habitat for Humanity, you have the opportunity to build in your community. Thanks to the help of people like you, ...

What it Takes to Build a Home with Habitat

Since 1991, local families have partnered with Beaches Habitat for Humanity to build or repair an affordable place to call home. In the last 30 ...
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Recycle for Good

Your trash is our treasure From September 1 through December 1, Beaches Habitat for Humanity is competing with Habitat organizations to recycle the most aluminum ...
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Volunteer Spotlight: Haley Yackee

Beaches Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) is a group of motivated individuals committed to making a difference in their community by supporting Habitat's mission. HYP helps ...

Making a Difference with Lowe’s

Thanks to a grant from Lowe's, Beaches Habitat for Humanity will be painting the town this fall. The $22,500 grant is designated for Home Preservation ...
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Volunteer Spotlight: Misel

Meet Misel Soto, our 2022 Special Events Intern Back in April, Misel Soto took a leap of faith and arrived at the Beaches Habitat for ...
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A Message from the New CEO

Dear Friends of Beaches Habitat for Humanity, It is an honor to be named President/CEO of Beaches Habitat for Humanity! I have been very fortunate ...

Meet the Team: Construction Supervisor, Brigid

If you're a regular on-site, you know (and love) our staff member Brigid. Brigid is a one-of-a-kind Construction Crew leader dedicated to making the construction ...

Your financial support, your voice and your time will help bring strength, stability and independence to people in need of a safe and affordable place to live.

How does Habitat work?


Apply for the program

Future homeowners who live or work in our service area are selected based on 3 basic criteria:

1. a need for affordable housing,
2. the ability to repay an affordable mortgage, and
3. a willingness to partner with Habitat.

Complete Sweat Equity

Once approved, future homeowners are required to complete "sweat equity" hours. These hours include volunteering on the construction site to build their home and the homes of others and attending workshops to help prepare them for homeownership.

Become Homeowners

Construction is completed thanks to the support of donors, volunteers and sponsors. Homeowners make a down payment and begin making payments towards their affordable home.

"Everyone who gets sleepy at night should have a simple decent place to lay their heads, on terms they can afford to pay."

~Millard Fuller, Co-Founder of Habitat for Humanity