How Habitat Works

.                     Partners donate labor, materials and money to build homes alongside the families who will take ownership of them.

.                    Habitat for Humanity homeowners buy their homes.  They make monthly payments toward a no profit, zero interest mortgage for the cost of the home, as well as payments for escrows (property taxes, homeowners insurance and termite bond). 

.                   Candidates must have a need based on their current living conditions.

.                   Candidates for homeownership must have an ability to pay for a Habitat home.

.                     A selection committee considers applications and approves candidates.

.                    After the family selection committee approves the candidates, they must then attend training courses and complete 275 hours of volunteer sweat equity before moving into their home.

 

Orientation 

 

Construction Update

 

Dedications

                  Johnson Family                      

   We dedicated our most recent home to The Johnson Family.  

It was a wonderful celebration for family, friends, staff and volunteers.

    The Johnson family was very excited to be moving into their new home!

                  Leidos Volunteers                      

Thank you to the Volunteers from leidos CDP! (Left to Right:  Diane Brohard, Gary Brohard, Shirley Giddens,

Chip Giddens, Kelley Geiger, Larry Johnson)

Volunteers are the Haert of Habitat.  Thank you for demonstrating your generosity through Volunteering! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Habitat for Humanity of Calhoun County
22 West 10th Street, Anniston, AL 36202
Tel: (256) 237-3700  - Fax: (256) 237-3771 - E-mail: apinson@habitatanniston.org

The Habitat for Humanity International web site contains more information on Habitat's history, mission, volunteer opportunities and contact information for other Habitat affiliates around the world.