Welcome DoorWhat does the word “Home” mean to you?

  • Stability for families and children
  • Safety and security
  • Improved health
  • A sense of dignity and pride
  • Better educational and job prospects
  • Breaking the cycle of poverty*

*All of these benefits to home ownership are included in research cited on Habitat.org


Quick Facts About Adams County Habitat for Humanity:

  • Founded in 1988 (in Adams County)
  • Part of Habitat’s national and international organization
  • A nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization
  • Constructed more than
    30 homes for Adams County families
  • More than 300 volunteers lend a hand annually
  • Families must invest “sweat equity”
  • A Habitat home provides families with “a hand up,”not a “hand out”
  • Families repay no-interest loans on their homes
  • Also funded by donations—from individuals, churches and businesses—plus grants
  • A ministry based on Christian principles—that we must love and care for one another


Please Consider Getting Involved By:

  • Volunteering
  • Donating land
  • Making a tax-deductible donation
  • Donating professional services or goods
  • Hosting a speaking engagement by Habitat
  • Recommending a hard-working, low-income family to apply for a home
  • Praying for Habitat families and the organization’s leadership


Explore the tabs across the top of the website for additional information. 

We are grateful for your support!

He who has two coats, let him share with him who has none. (Luke 3:11)