Our ReStore is now open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Please check our ReStore Facebook page for updates on our Warehouse hours. Please email email@example.com for questions about donations. For volunteer activities email firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned for more updates! Thank you for your continued support of our mission and stay healthy!
Habitat for Humanity affiliates across New Jersey stand together with our Black brothers and sisters. Black Lives Matter. We individually and collectively resolve to face the truth of our own bias and racism. Moreover, as leaders in affordable housing and community development, we will face the truth of decades of government, private, and non-profit sector housing discrimination resulting in Blacks being excluded from the wealth creation of homeownership and forced to live in communities with limited opportunities for education, jobs, and healthy lives. Link to the full statement here.
About Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County
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Through our diverse programs, Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County brings people together to build affordable homes and thriving communities.
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For our family this house isn’t just about having more space, or having our own rooms its about having security and peace of mind knowing that if something should happen to us our daughter would not have to be placed in a home, and that our son could have his own life without having to worry about putting a roof over his sister’s head."Jane and Chris H. Homeowner
Habitat gave us the hope we needed, when we had little hope left after Hurricane Sandy."Barbara D. Homeowner
We're seldom given a greater opportunity for good than participating in The House That Rock Built. Partnering with HFHMC is a great honor for WRAT-FM. This event is proof that we can each have a profound effect on our community, it's easy to join in and have an experience that will last a lifetime."Carl CraftCorporate Partner, WRAT 95.9 FM
Habitat's mission meets the need to give people the opportunity – and possibly the ONLY opportunity – to experience the dignity of owning a home and being part of a community."Anonymous
To finally be able to get out of the house is a blessing for the handicap. It was the most beautiful and amazing bit of construction. It looks, and is, wonderful. Everyone is so very nice. I'm over the moon with appreciation. It would be great if more people were aware."RitaRamp & Rails Homeowner