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Do you have the desire to own your own home? Tired of paying rent? Consider home ownership through Habitat for Humanity. Through dedication, hard work, budgeting, saving, and serving, families have achieved home ownership in Alamance County since 1988.

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Habitat for Humanity of Alamance County, N.C., Inc., is a locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing organization that works in partnership with people to build simple, affordable, energy-efficient houses. Habitat for Humanity sells the houses that are built at cost (no profit) with no interest charged to low-income families who qualify for our program.

WFMY News2 recently explained details of our ministry in this video as we celebrated the dedication of our 150th house.

There are two ways YOU can make a difference in our community through the Habitat ministry. One is by volunteering, and more information is on our Volunteer page. The other is by donating, and you can do that on our Donate page. Thank you for helping others live with dignity in decent, affordable housing!


Build@Belmont blitz!

Monday morning, Oct 2nd volunteers assembled to begin our blitz at 1719 Belmont Street with prospective homeowner Shanei Williams. Volunteers for the 2 week accelerated pace of building are 

Treasure Build sponsored by Blaser Investment

Habitat Alamance will celebrate the beginning of another new Habitat house with a groundbreaking ceremony at 9am on Friday, August 4th at 1804 Malone Road. As sponsor for this build, Blaser Investment Management Group is partnering with Habitat to

Seven Churches Build Unity & New Habitat House

Bright and early Saturday morning, July 22nd, volunteers from 7 churches will begin work on a Habitat house at 1106 Hampton Court as the “Unity Build” kicks off. The idea for this build was conceived by the Rev. Dr. Dray Bland of First Baptist Church-Apple Street and Rev. Lindsay Conrad of First Presbyterian Church as an outgrowth of the partnership that exists between these two churches.