• ReStore

    ReStore

    Our ReStore’s donation bay hours have changed:
    Wednesday – Saturday 10:00am – 3:00pm

    St. Charles ReStore is a retail outlet
    selling new and used building materials,
    appliances, furniture and home goods to
    help fund and support Habitat St. Charles’ mission.

  • Give the Gift of Home

    Give the Gift of Home

    Give the gift of stability to a local family by making a tax-deductible contribution today.

  • COVID-19  Community Resources

    COVID-19 Community Resources

    Information about food banks, meals
    and links to job boards and more:
    MORE INFO

    The St. Charles County Department of
    Public Health Community Resources List:
    MORE INFO

125

Families Impacted

11,000

Volunteer Hours Per Year

2,000

Volunteers per year and counting

Hello St. Charles County!

Thanks for visiting our webpage to see what Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County is all about.

Here is what’s happening at your Hometown Habitat:

Our 2020-2021 Partner Family will be purchasing her home and beginning her new future full of strength, stability and self-reliance. Read more here!

We are building 4 homes in St. Charles City this year.

The job-site is open and we have volunteer opportunities here.  

The ReStore is open to the public Wednesday-Saturday 10am-6pm. The donation bay is open during the same hours. 

Our admin office is open from 8:30 – 4:30 Monday – Friday. 

If you are a current Habitat homeowner and wish to communicate with Habitat regarding your mortgage, please email homeownership@habitatstcharles.org or call (636) 978-5712 x 117.

Please continue to stay engaged with us on social media as we will provide updates on dedications, volunteer opportunities and events. Now more than ever, your financial support for our shared mission of affordable homeownership is needed. Donations are accepted here, through our website at www.habitatstcharles.org. Become a Habi-Heart donor and join our monthly giving program today by clicking here.

Lastly, we want to share these words from Jonathon Reckford, Habitat for Humanity CEO. “As we move into a time of healing, this moment calls on me to reflect on Habitat’s vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. That vision is not just a roof and four walls. That ‘place to live’ is in a community that supports each other, a world that values its people as each made in the image of God. It is that world that Dr. King described as the Beloved Community, and that we need to keep building.

There is a wide gulf between the world today and that vision. At Habitat, we believe in the power of building. We believe a bridge can be built over that gulf. But we can only build it together.”    

In Partnership,

Michelle Woods

Executive Director

Events

Homeownership Program  Applications accepted starting February 2021

Trivia Night  Usually hosted in March, will it be virtual in 2021? Stay tuned!

Homebuyer Readiness Program Just wrapped up. Stay tuned for next year- 2021!

Women Build Calendar  Contact us for more info at team@habitatstcharles.org

Frame the Future Gala  TBD for next year!

Family Stories

Home Sweet Home

Just weeks after his wedding day, Nathan Franklin was involved in a golf cart accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury. Though he is currently confined to a wheelchair, with the help of his wife, Melissa, he continues to re-learn how do simple tasks. Nathan and Melissa spent almost three years living in a small apartment with little room for Nathan to move around in his wheelchair. Even though the apartment was deemed accessible, their living conditions didn’t meet their needs. Nathan couldn’t access areas in the apartment. Nathan’s wheelchair couldn’t fit in the bathroom, leaving him to brush his teeth in the hallway. The next step in Nathan’s treatment was home environment therapy. To continue to make successful progress, the Franklins knew they needed a change.

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