Families all across the United States are paying too high a price to cover the cost of their home. Rents and homeownership costs are skyrocketing, while wages are not keeping pace. Far too often, families struggle to make ends meet.
Welcome to Kentucky Habitat for Humanity!
Kentucky Habitat for Humanity (KyHFH) is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities, and hope.
Kentucky Habitat was chosen to join A COMMUNITY THRIVES Challenge presented by Gannett Foundation and USA Today. When you make a donation through August 13, we can win up to $100,000 in grants. All donations made through A COMMUNITY THRIVES Challenge will support Kentucky Habitat’s Homes for Heroes, which builds and repairs homes for Kentucky veterans across the state.
Your time is your donation. 2,000 volunteer hours equals the cost of building a $50,000 home.
A Message from Heather French Henry and Ret. Brigadier General Ben Adams Supporting Kentucky Veterans in Need of Quality, Affordable Housing
How Habitat’s affiliates served your state in 2018-2019
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We loved sharing our stories and advocating for affordable housing initiatives! While we are always pushing for affordable housing and helping Kentuckians build and repair homes, it's always a special day spending time with lawmakers at the Capitol to push them to do the same!
Coming together to empower a neighbor to build and own their own home? That's an extraordinary story that has almost become ordinary because Habitat for Humanity chapters live it every day.
If you met Don Fishman, you might not realize right away that he is one of the biggest charitable donors in his community. But that's exactly what he his.
While organizations around the state are asking for your assistance on Kentucky Gives Day (May 22, 2018), we want to tell you why we believe Kentucky Habitat is THE place to put your effort - and your funds.
Habitat for Humanity is well-known for one thing: building houses. But that’s not all we do. Did you know that Habitat does not give houses away? Every home built by Habitat volunteers is sold to a recipient at a price they can afford.