“This work is so important. It is one thing to raise funds and swing a hammer, but the real satisfaction comes from driving by a house you built 35-years ago and seeing it filled with love..."
“This house is a blessing. The hard work I have put into becoming a homeowner has all been worth it for my children.”
In 2013, Denver hosted the Carter Work Project where 2,000 local volunteers built and repaired 26 homes in one week.
Sandra and her children look back over 18 years of living in their Habitat home and the impact it has on their lives.
“At the end of the day our home is what has given us a solid foundation and a place to plant our roots.”
40 facts covering Habitat Denver's history and the Denver housing market.
We're all 40 years old, it's like we're triplets!
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is celebrating our 40th anniversary in 2019!
“No matter where we go, this will always be our home,” shares Leslie.
“Habitat Denver has successfully removed the stigma of charity by substituting it with a sense of partnership,”
Since building and purchasing their home through Habitat Metro Denver in 2002, their lives have been forever changed for the better.
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is committed to making an impact on affordable housing both locally and globally, and we’ve been doing it for decades.
We didn’t start with an office, a budget, or even a staff member… our humble beginnings began with a few volunteers who shared a passion for making affordable homeownership a reality for low-income families in our community.
It’s exciting to think about the hundreds of thousands of people who have been involved in Habitat Denver’s program over the past four decades.