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Housatonic Habitat grant from Danbury Elks Lodge supports veteran program

Danbury Elks Lodge 120 in Danbury is helping Housatonic Habitat for Humanity build homes for veterans by providing work-force housing in the greater Danbury region.  It recently awarded its Gratitude Grant for $2,000 to Housatonic Habitat for the current homes being built in New Preston.

Housatonic Habitat selected for Stop & Shop Community Bag Program in September

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity has been selected by Stop & Shop, 44 Lake Avenue Extension, Danbury to receive the proceeds from its Community Bag Program. For each Community Bag purchased by customers during September, Housatonic Habitat will receive a $1 donation. ...

Local Realtors team up with Housatonic Habitat during “Fill-A-Truck” fundraiser

Members of Northern Fairfield County Association of Realtors (NFCAR) hosted a "Fill-A-Truck" event recently in support of Housatonic Habitat for Humanity’s mission of building work-force affordable housing locally in southwestern Connecticut.


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Our thanks go out to Danbury, CT Elks Lodge No. 120 who is helping Housatonic Habitat build homes for veterans by providing work-force housing in the greater Danbury region. It recently awarded its Gratitude Grant for $2,000 to Housatonic Habitat for the current homes being built in New Preston. ... See moreSee less

HHH held its 2nd interfaith volunteer work day led by Rev. Jim Wheeler, Interfaith Coordinator. Volunteers from local area congregations worked alongside Habitat homeowners to freshen up their homes. Gardening, lawn care, power-washing and surface preparation for an upcoming painting project were completed. ... See moreSee less

HHH held its 2nd interfaith volunteer work day led by Rev. Jim Wheeler, Interfaith Coordinator.  Volunteers from local area congregations worked alongside Habitat homeowners to freshen up their homes.  Gardening, lawn care, power-washing and surface preparation for an upcoming painting project were completed.

Housatonic Habitat was recently the non-profit of the month Stop & Shop where nearly 500 shoppers supported our mission of building work-force homes in Greater Danbury by purchasing S&S Community Bags. For each community bag purchased, Housatonic Habitat received a $1 donation.Housatonic Habitat was recently the non-profit of the month Stop & Shop where nearly 500 shoppers supported our mission of building work-force homes in Greater Danbury by purchasing S&S Community Bags. For each community bag purchased, Housatonic Habitat received a $1 donation. ... See moreSee less

Housatonic Habitat was recently the non-profit of the month Stop & Shop where nearly 500 shoppers supported our mission of building work-force homes in Greater Danbury by purchasing S&S Community Bags.  For each community bag purchased, Housatonic Habitat received a $1 donation.

We've been selected by Stop & Shop to receive the proceeds from its Community Bag Program. For each Community Bag purchased in September, Housatonic Habitat will receive a $1 donation. Buy a bag today to support us!We've been selected by Stop & Shop to receive the proceeds from its Community Bag Program. For each Community Bag purchased in September, Housatonic Habitat will receive a $1 donation. Buy a bag today to support us! ... See moreSee less

Weve been selected by Stop & Shop to receive the proceeds from its Community Bag Program.  For each Community Bag purchased in September, Housatonic Habitat will receive a $1 donation.  Buy a bag today to support us!

Al Cutler, owner of Cutler Glass of Danbury, recently donated a 40-foot storage container to Housatonic Habitat for Humanity to add extra footage to the 10,000-square-foot thrift warehouse located at 51 Austin Street. He is one of Habitat's earliest supporters. ... See moreSee less

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will host an "appointment-only" open house event for prospective first-time home buyers in New Preston on Saturday, August 8 between Noon and 4 pm. A limited number of appointments are available. Call 203-744-1340 x104 as soon as possible to schedule your appointment or send an email with your name and phone number to info@housatonichabitat.org.Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will host an "appointment-only" open house event for prospective first-time home buyers in New Preston on Saturday, August 8 between Noon and 4 pm. A limited number of appointments are available. Call 203-744-1340 x104 as soon as possible to schedule your appointment or send an email with your name and phone number to info@housatonichabitat.org. ... See moreSee less

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will host an appointment-only open house event for prospective first-time home buyers in New Preston on Saturday, August 8 between Noon and 4 pm.  A limited number of appointments are available.  Call 203-744-1340 x104 as soon as possible to schedule your appointment or send an email with your name and phone number to info@housatonichabitat.org.

Do you dream of owning your own home? Tour the first of a total of 8 homes to be built at this site over the next several years. Register for our appointment-only Open House, Sun., Aug. 2, Sat., Aug. 8, or Sun., Aug. 9 - Noon to 4 pm, Myfield Lane, New Preston. To schedule your appointment, write to: info@housatonichabitat.org or call 203-744-1340 x104 ... See moreSee less

Do you dream of owning your own home?  Tour the first of a total of 8 homes to be built at this site over the next several years.  Register for our appointment-only Open House, Sun., Aug. 2, Sat., Aug. 8, or Sun., Aug. 9 - Noon to 4 pm, Myfield Lane, New Preston. To schedule your appointment, write to: info@housatonichabitat.org or call 203-744-1340 x104

10 Weeks of Planning
Wow! Our staff and volunteers have spent 10 long weeks getting our ReStore and main office set up to ensure everyone’s safety in this new environment we are in. We’ve reorganized and sanitized our facility, have PPE gear, put social distancing measures in place, and sanitize our facility daily. Visit our store Thurs, Fri & Sat from 12 to 4.10 Weeks of Planning
Wow! Our staff and volunteers have spent 10 long weeks getting our ReStore and main office set up to ensure everyone’s safety in this new environment we are in. We’ve reorganized and sanitized our facility, have PPE gear, put social distancing measures in place, and sanitize our facility daily. Visit our store Thurs, Fri & Sat from 12 to 4.
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10 Weeks of Planning
Wow! Our staff and volunteers have spent 10 long weeks getting our ReStore and main office set up to ensure everyone’s safety in this new environment we are in.  We’ve reorganized and sanitized our facility, have PPE gear, put social distancing measures in place, and sanitize our facility daily.  Visit our store Thurs, Fri & Sat from 12 to 4.

We hope to see you soon. Stay tuned for more details! ... See moreSee less

We hope to see you soon.  Stay tuned for more details!

4 months ago

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity

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Just fill out our online donation form 💻 buff.ly/2wJj5xm or call 📱 1-877-277-4344! Keep it local! Ask for donation to be sent to Housatonic Habitat for Humanity 06810. ... See moreSee less

Just fill out our online donation form 💻 https://buff.ly/2wJj5xm or call 📱 1-877-277-4344!  Keep it local! Ask for donation to be sent to Housatonic Habitat for Humanity 06810.

The Fairfield County's Community Foundation
recently supported the affordable housing mission of Housatonic Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 grant to enable unemployed, at-risk Habitat homeowners meet their housing expenses during the COVID-19 economic crisis. Thank you FCCF!
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Share your shopping feedback today!By clicking the link below for the Danbury ReStore Shopper Survey you can help enhance the Danbury ReStore shopping experience, and five minutes of your time spent answering this survey could help provide years of homeownership to local families. Thanks in advance, Housatonic Habitat for Humanity ReStore!

Link to Constant Contact Survey:

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Share your shopping feedback today!

People's United Bank recently supported the affordable housing mission of Housatonic Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 grant to support the operating expenses during the COVID-19 economic crisis. People's United is a long-time supporter of the local Habitat chapter. ... See moreSee less

5 months ago

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity

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Housatonic Habitat for Humanity donated 1500 Safety Goggles from its inventory at the ReStore warehouse to Danbury Hospital and 600 to AFC Urgent Care Danbury, CT . According to Executive Director Fran Normann, "We support and appreciate our healthcare professionals as they work tirelessly to keep us safe. Thank you." #GivingTuesdayNow ... See moreSee less

Timeline PhotosThe safety of our customers and donors is our first priority – and as we monitor the COVID-19 virus, we have made the decision to close the ReStore, beginning Tuesday, March 17th. We are closely watching the response from local public health agencies, and we will re-open the store when it is safe to do so. Please check back for regular updates!
Our construction and office operations are closed with staff working at home but can be reached by phone or email: info@housatonichabitat.org #danburyrestore #habitatforhumanity #danburyct
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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.