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Robson is one of thousands of Zambians who have been helped by #HabitatforHumanity’s work with vulnerable groups. In 2005, Habitat Zambia created a program specifically to help address the extreme housing needs of children left orphaned by the country’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. Today, Robson and his grandmother live together in a safe, sturdy brick house. #Philanthropy #DoGood

Robson is one of thousands of Zambians who have been helped by #HabitatforHumanity’s work with vulnerable groups. In 2005, Habitat Zambia created a program specifically to help address the extreme housing needs of children left orphaned by the country’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. Today, Robson and his grandmother live together in a safe, sturdy brick house. #Philanthropy #DoGood

Too many families find themselves completely on their own in those wrenching days after the storm has passed or the earth has stopped shaking. When disaster strikes, every family needs help to rebuild, whether they’re in your neighborhood or Nepal. With your support, #Habitat can help families restore their lives, so that fewer children like Lijeesha spend their days living in turmoil and their nights sleeping under tarps.

Habitat’s market development and housing microfinance programs are continually pursuing new strategies to assist even more families in need of a safe place to call home.

At a #Habitat outreach event in her Florida hometown, Erica learned that a community should care for all its residents. Despite her young age, she’s discovering that she can play an active role in helping others, painting cheerful flowerpots and beginning to understand that not everyone has a decent place to call home. She now knows that she can be an important part of Habitat’s work today — and in the future.

Read stories about how Habitat for Humanity is making an impact in your community and around the world.

Jimmy Carter Helps Habitat For Humanity Build 1000th Home In New Orleans - Pictures - Zimbio

Jimmy Carter Helps Habitat For Humanity Build 1000th Home In New Orleans

Former President, Jimmy Carter Helps Habitat For Humanity Build Home In New Orleans ~ Pictures-Zimbio

Liam has undergone many surgeries in his young life, and his lifelong heart condition will require more. For a time, he lived with his mother in a home that cost more than half the family’s monthly income and where they still didn’t feel safe. Now, in a #Habitat house in Colorado with a consistent and affordable mortgage, Liam and his mother can focus on what really matters: his continued well-being.

Read stories about how Habitat for Humanity is making an impact in your community and around the world.

New Habitat homeowner, Nathalie Saint Germanin, and her son, stand in front of their house. More than 150 families moved into their homes in Habitat for Humanity’s Santo community in Léogâne, Haiti.

New Habitat homeowner, Nathalie Saint Germanin, and her son, stand in front of their house. More than 150 families moved into their homes in Habitat for Humanity’s Santo community in Léogâne, Haiti.

Sarah Domangue, future Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls homeowner, and her son, Jaiden.

The chance of a lifetime

Read stories about how Habitat for Humanity is making an impact in your community and around the world.

#FeelGoodFriday: Safe and stable housing is essential to the healthy growth and development of children.

Safe and stable housing is essential to the healthy growth and development of children.

Since 1976, #HabitatforHumanity has helped more than 6.8 million people obtain a safer place to sleep at night, along with the strength, stability and independence to build better lives.

Since has helped more than million people obtain a safer place to sleep at night, along with the strength, stability and independence to build better lives.

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Every volunteer and donation makes a difference. Join us to help families build stronger foundations for the future in your community and around the world.

As Typhoon Yolanda raged, little Euger Ann lived through a sleepless night no child should have to endure. She and her family left the house where they were sheltering as winds and flooding began to destroy the structure. Today, they live in a strong, disaster-resilient home built with #Habitat Philippines. No more terror, no more living in a tent.

Habitat’s market development and housing microfinance programs are continually pursuing new strategies to assist even more families in need of a safe place to call home.

“I had no idea that I was capable of doing a lot of the things we ended up doing.” Read more from #Habitat homeowner Lyndsay Taylor:

“I had no idea that I was capable of doing a lot of the things we ended up doing.” Read more from homeowner Lyndsay Taylor:

Neryann and Javier had long dreamed of someday having a stable place where their kids could make memories and relish their childhoods, and now they do, thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County.  #HomeIsTheKey

Neryann and Javier had long dreamed of someday having a stable place where their kids could make memories and relish their childhoods, and now they do, thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County.

Sandar enjoys a sunny day on the porch of her family’s new #Habitat home in North Carolina. The safe, dynamic subdivision in which she lives was planned with community input, and it shows. A shared garden, a busy soccer field, affordable homes — every child deserves to grow up nestled in such a neighborhood. #WeBuild #DoGood

The benefits that safe and affordable shelter can have on families and communities who partner with Habitat for Humanity can be long-lasting and life-changing.

Why does Habitat build? Because every person deserves a fair chance to live in a decent home. Find out how you can get involved today.

Volunteer with Habitat in your community and around the world.

“Having a house gives me comfort, #safety, #strength, #hope and the #courage to keep on working and doing everything, without hesitation. It provides confidence for my children, hope for my whole family and strength for my soul.” – Sann, #HabitatforHumanity #Cambodia homeowner

“Having a house gives me comfort, and the to keep on working and doing everything, without hesitation. It provides confidence for my children, hope for my whole family and strength for my soul.

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