Community. One house at a time.
Each house recipient serves a set amount of community service hours. This fosters significant ownership, not just in one’s home, but in the entire community. Find out how by clicking around this page.
Helping build a neighbors house not only facilitates the construction, but it creates an incredible bond and support system between neighbors.
Local projects such as community gardens, road repairs, garbage clean-up, and building latrines, are just some of the many local initiatives applicants participate in.
Serving with or at local congregations catalyzes community outreach objectives and fosters true spiritual development.
Earning by learning gives families the opportunity to further their education, receive vocational training, and participate in community development seminars while they are working toward their new home.
Eligible applicants share their skills and knowledge with others in the community to earn hours. This is just one of the many ways we ensure sustainability through local leadership.
Each house recipient serves a set amount of community service hours. This fosters significant ownership, not just in one’s home, but in the entire community.
Every house we build impacts the entire community.
We respect communities as active participants in their own development, not passive recipients. We train, equip, and empower local people and organizations to make an impact.
Local initiatives are identified and organized by local leaders. Applicants then join these initiatives as they earn hours toward a new home.
Home ownership gives families an enormous asset that instantly creates access to banking, credit, and school or business loans.
Every family has a story, and we want you to know it. Through photos, GPS coordinates, and family bios you'll see the direct impact you've made. 100% of all public donations go to field programs.