Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will hold its second interfaith volunteer workday led by Reverend Jim Wheeler, Interfaith Coordinator, on Saturday, March 22 from 1pm-4pm. Volunteers will be working on various projects at Housatonic Habitat’s ReStore, 51 Austin St. in Danbury. Individuals or groups interested in volunteering should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will participate in Fairfield County’s Giving Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event on February 27 organized by Fairfield County Community Foundation to aid local causes. Housatonic Habitat was among hundreds of non-profits benefitting from last year’s drive. “Our goal is to raise $5,000 to raise the roof on our current building program,” said […]
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity recently published the updated “Guide to Local Thrift & Consignment Shops”. This free guide lists more than a dozen thrift stores, including Habitat’s ReStore. Since its first publication in 2017, over 5,000 copies of the guide have been distributed throughout the Greater Danbury Area at banks, libraries, senior and community centers […]
Macy*s at Danbury Fair Mall will be partnering with its shoppers to raise funds for Housatonic Habitat for Humanity during its upcoming Round-Up fundraising campaign. Macy*s customers at the Danbury Fair Mall can round up their purchases to the next dollar amount from February 1 through February 15, and donate the change to Housatonic Habitat […]
Guide to Local Thrift & Consignment Shops
Donate your car to Housatonic Habitat
Donating your car is easy and directly benefits local families in our community. We accept all kinds of vehicles, including cars, trucks, RV’s, vans, SUV’s, boats and motorcycles, whether they are running or not. Your donation may also be tax deductible. Completing the vehicle donation process takes just 3 simple steps.
PUTTING PEOPLE INTO HOMES SINCE 1991
Homeownership is more than the homes we build. Homeownership provides financial benefits that impact and contribute to the quality of life in greater Danbury. Throughout the region, affordable housing attracts families and individuals who will work in, invest in, and contribute to the economic and civic life of our communities.
Habitat has a solution to stimulating this economic vitality: Give people a chance to live in simple, decent homes they can afford – and sustain. We provide affordable homes built by volunteers with materials gifted by local businesses. We provide an interest-free mortgage for those working families who qualify.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity has built more than two dozen homes in four towns in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties.