What is Habitat for Humanity?
Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity is one of 2,322 affiliates worldwide working at a grass-roots level to eliminate poverty housing. Contributed funds buy building materials, and donated labor builds new homes or sometimes rehabilitates existing ones. These homes are then sold at no profit and no interest to partner families. Mortgage payments are used to build additional homes. We are affiliated with Habitat for Humanity Int'l.

How is Habitat for Humanity funded?
Funding comes from individuals, churches, corporations, foundations, and other community organizations moved by concern and compassion to help those in need. No-interest, no profit mortgage payments are also recycled to build additional houses. We also raise monies using our ReStore and our Recycling Can Drive. No government funds are used.

How can I get involved?
Most of what Fort Wayne Habitat does involves volunteers. In addition to construction volunteers, people are needed to help work with our partner families, run our ReStore, run can routes, and many other things. If you are interested in volunteering, please call Kory Stucky at 422-4828.

Mission Trip to El Salvador
From March 19, 2011-March 26, 2011. Contact the office for more information or
Inaugural Mini-Golf Outing
Join us September 16th at The Plex South.
Click here for all the fun details on how to register!