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Housatonic Habitat For Humanity

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization.  We seek to eliminate poverty housing from the greater Danbury area and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. 

Our Mission: We mobilize volunteers to build homes, sell them at cost with interest-free mortgages to qualified low-income working families who contribute sweat equity.  We mentor recipient families in responsible home ownership skills and foster stable neighborhoods.

Our Vision: We seek to address the need for affordable home ownership in Western Connecticut and to make decent shelter a community priority.

Our parent organization, Habitat for Humanity International, was founded in 1976 by Millard & Linda Fuller. Habitat for Humanity has built over 400,000 houses around the world, providing safe, decent, affordable shelter for more than 2 million people in over 90 countries.  A Habitat home is completed somewhere in the world every 21 minutes.

Latest News & Events

Our prayers are with President Carter -- August 12, 2015

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity announces new ReStore manager -- April 16, 2015

ReStoring faith for Habitat
-- Danbury News-Times, December 24, 2014

Online Volunteer Signup -- now you can sign up for volunteer opportunities by using our new  volunteer signup feature!

Update from the SPC -- The Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) recently completed its analysis of the 10 question survey.  Click here to review the Committee's findings (pdf).  Stay tuned for more from the SPC as the Discover Phase will be completed with the assistance of Habitat International Affiliate Consultantancy visit in November.


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