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Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County believes that everyone deserves to have a safe and affordable place to live and raise a family. To that end, we build more than homes, we build communities and provide educational programs and support to ensure homeownership sustainablity.
This St. Charles County affiliate formed in 1997, and I am proud to say that mid-May 2023 we will dedicate our 96th home to a deserving family. The success we’re having would not be possible without the charitable donations of goods and services from corporations, local businesses, churches, and individuals. In addition, we are so appreciative of the countless volunteers and homeowners who participate in building homes, year after year.
Habitat St. Charles is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals by impacting the community we serve. And we invite “you” to join in this gratifying initiative. Visit our website frequently to see where we’re working next. Click here for volunteer opportunities. If you would like to donate items, our ReStore is open to the public Wednesday- Saturday, 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. and the donation bay, 10 A.M. – 3 P.M. Click here to schedule a donation pick up.
Join us in our effort to change lives and build communities of successful homeowners. Come, and be a part of something BIG! 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.
Habitat St. Charles Mission Statement: “Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.”
Homeownership Program applications – February 1st – 29th, 2024 | contact Shana Eubanks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.