Mission: Habitat for Humanity of Wake County was founded in 1985. We build homes for and with working poor families. We develop partnerships among businesses, civic groups, churches and other religious groups, and individuals to build these homes in Wake County. We work with volunteers as much as possible to decrease costs and further promote a sense of community.
Programs: Construction services - this program constructs safe, energy-efficient and affordable housing for sale to economically disadvantaged people.
restore and deconstruction programs - the restore sells donated and salvaged building materials to the general public at below-market prices, with the net proceeds supporting the organization's mission to build affordable homes. Deconstruction services are offered to the general public for a fee and the materials salvaged from these projects are sold at the restore. In addition to making home maintenance more affordable for the general public, the restore and deconstruction services keep usable materials out of local landfills.
family services financing services - this program recruits and selects eligible homeowners and provides home ownership education. It also recruits and trains volunteers who help provide support and services. Additionally, it provides affordable mortgage financing for economically disadvantaged people.
volunteer services - this program recruits and trains volunteers to assist in the construction of homes, to provide support for the restore and deconstruction programs.