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San Gabriel Valley Habitat For Humanity

Rating: 4.67 stars   3 reviews 855

Nonprofit Issues:

Homeless & Housing


400 S. Irwindale Avenue Azusa CA 91702 USA


Eliminate substandard housing and build affordable homes in partnership with low-income families and the 31 communities of San Gabriel Valley and northeast Los Angeles County, making decent shelter for low-income families a matter of conscience and action.

Target demographics:

build and renovate home for low-income families.

Geographic areas served:

Azusa, CA


San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity builds decent, affordable houses and/or renovates houses for purchase by low-income families. We provide homeownership opportunities on a non-profit basis by maintaining low overhead. Our dedicated volunteers donate labor, materials, and financial support. Volunteers and homeowners help build our homes under trained supervision. The families selected for our homes provide sweat equity towards the construction of their home and the homes of their neighbors and pay 0% interest on their monthly mortgages.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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SunGreen Systems worked with the San Gabriel Habitat for Humanity on their Geneva St. project in Glendale by donating and installing a Solar Photovoltaic System for the 5 houses. The organization was very professional throughout the project development, and SunGreen Systems is glad to have been able to participate in such important community development. We look forward to collaborating further with SVGHH in the future!

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Rating: 4 stars  

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My teenage sons and I have been volunteering with The San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity for over a year now. We love this organization that gives worthy families a hand up, not a hand out. I helped fundraise last year for the Harvest for Habitat dinner in September and my boys and their friends all helped serve at the event. My boys are also involved in the leadership of the youth council and recently participated in Shantytown raising over $7000. We are proud of such a wonderful organization in our Community and will continue to support it. Thank you Ginger for all your wonderful ideas and leadership as we get ready for a new fundraiser in September.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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SGV Habitat for Humanity is a tremendous organization. Not only do they provide a great service to the community and beneficary families, they also allow for a fulfilling volunteer experience. As Manager of Community Affairs for Nestle USA, we have taken teams of our employees to volunteer at their various build sites over the past several years. The volunteer work is meaningful, collaborative and conducive to building strong teams, who leave every build site with a great sense of accomplishment.

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