Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County
Rating: 4.71 stars 14 14 reviews
13355 49th Street North Clearwater FL 33762-4001 USA
MISSION STATEMENT Putting faith into action, Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County promotes family stability by providing innovative and affordable housing solutions to qualified individuals and families. In partnership with our community, we work toward our ultimate goal of eliminating substandard housing throughout the county. VISION STATEMENT We believe that reducing the financial burden of housing promotes family stability which, in turn, leads to thriving, vibrant communities. To continue to create and retain affordable housing in Pinellas County, we will focus on diversifying the scope of our programs to include new and innovative construction and finance models. We are further committed to increasing our partnership initiatives with government and private resources to lead the effort to address the future housing, social and economic needs of our community.
More than 250 homes constructed since 1985. After building 100 safe, affordable homes in 18 yearsI, we doubled capacity, building the next 100 in just 7 years. We are well on track to reach our 300th house in just 4 years.
Struggling, low-income households in our community needing permanent, affordable housing. Qualified home owner candidates make less than 80% of area median income.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Approximately 25 households.
Geographic areas served:
Pinellas County, Florida
Affordable Home Ownership
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This organization is staffed with caring, compassionate, and knowledgable individuals who give tirelessly of their time and talents to provide housing of the highest quality. They are a standout group in the housing industry and few come close to meeting their level of excellence.
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