WORKING WITH CHURCHES
Congregations of all sizes can participate in Habitat for Humanity's work locally, and around the world. For example:
Large congregations can raise the money and provide the labor to fund and build a house on their own.
Medium and small congregations also can build a house on their own, or they can join with other neighborhood congregations to raise the money and build a house together.
Any congregation can make a cash donation, offer in-kind goods and services, supply construction workers, provide food for workers or support building projects in other ways.
Potential Partner Families can be identified by a church and encouraged to apply to Habitat.
Congregations can host speakers on housing issues, including representatives from the local Habitat affiliate, to raise awareness of the need for decent housing.
Large organizations can raise the money and provide the labor for an entire house.
Organizations can provide regular budgeted donations toward Habitat projects.
Organizations can organize a group of volunteers to work on a particular project, selecting the available day through the Habitat office.
Organizations can raise money through their employees
donations toward a particular aspect of the construction process such as: