We have received a number of questions about how Habitat for Humanity is helping victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Please know that Habitat for Humanity International is working with the local organizations throughout affected regions to assess shelter and housing needs. They will also assist with building out long-term plans. All of their donations will be used to respond to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma until Habitat for Humanity’s role in meeting the need is met, at which time funds will be used for Habitat’s disaster response efforts where most needed.
To donate to Habitat for Humanity International, click the button below.Donate Online
Another option to consider is donating directly to the Habitat affiliates in the areas affected. Like Habitat NOVA, the Habitat affiliates in the United States are independently operated and funded. Donating directly to a Habitat affiliate guarantees 100% of your donation will be spent in that geographical footprint.Find an Affiliate
Interested in volunteering to help hurricane victims?
We ask that your enthusiasm and interest stay long after the first few weeks as volunteers will be critically needed throughout the recovery and rebuilding phase, which may last months or even years.
If you would like to receive updates about volunteer opportunities as they become available over the next year, sign up for our volunteer registry by clicking the button below.Sign Up
A Message from Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat for Humanity has local organizations throughout the regions affected by the storms. With their help, we are assessing shelter and housing needs.
Long-term plans will be determined after our evaluations and will depend on the level of support we receive from donors, volunteers, corporate partners and other community organizations. Our hearts and prayers are with everyone in the affected areas.
If you’d like to read more about Habitat for Humanity International’s long-term plans for recovery, visit their website.