Adult Waiver 2021
Confidentiality Policy and Agreement 2021
Site Safety 2021
Youth Waiver 2021
An investment in your community
Would you like to volunteer on the work site, but don’t think you can perform much physical labor? We have a need for volunteers of every capability and talent. Give us a call so you can get involved in truly satisfying work. Review the MCHFH Events page. Give the office a call at (570) 216-4390 and speak to Scott Fabian, MCHFH Volunteer Coordinator, or email us at Volunteer@HabitatMC.org, to see how you can help make a difference.
HELPING OUR COMMUNITY
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Monroe County Habitat for Humanity’s main focus for 2020 is Home Preservation. This program allows homeowners who are affected by low income, old age or disability to make necessary repairs on their homes. When these critical repairs are not made, homes can potentially become condemned. There is a great need for these types of repairs in our county.
BECOMING A HABITAT PARTNER FAMILY
TIME, MATERIAL, FINANCIAL
Habitat for Humanity accepts individual donations as well as corporate donations. Every donation be it time, materials, or financial, is a huge help.
THANK YOU TO OUR COMMUNITY SPONSORS
Working hand in hand to provide decent affordable housing to those in need. Our Community Sponsors play an essential role it making it possible for MCHFH to achieve our mission in Monroe County, providing a “hand up” to people in need of a decent place to live.
GIFT FROM THE HEART
HONOR YOUR LOVED ONES BY MAKING A DONATION TO MONROE COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
What People are Saying
“A place to live & grow”
"Everyone—all of us, every last person on God’s earth—deserves decent shelter. It speaks to the most basic of human needs—our home—the soil from which all of us, every last person, either blossom or wither. We each have need of food, clothing, education, medical care, and companionship; but first, we must have a place to live and grow. "
Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity International
“What the poor need”
"What the poor need is not charity, but capital, not caseworkers but coworkers. "
“A hand up”
"We help people not by giving them a hand out, but by giving them a hand up. "
Kelly Kemmerer, Executive Director
“A home means many things”
"A home means many things to many people. It's a place where you feel nourishment. It gives a person a place to grow roots and to feel safe. "
Bill Snell, Site Supervisor
“There's not enough good in the world”
"There's not enough good in the world, so the more you can put into it, the better the future is going to be. "
Steve Bogan, Volunteer