Habitat for Humanity, Stanislaus County builds affordable single family units of housing for sale to low and very low income households in need of our services. Habitat is a hand up, not a hand out. More Info
Houses are built or renovated using as much volunteer labor, tax-deductible donations, and donated materials as possible. Every family who is selected must complete 500 hours of “sweat equity.” More Info
We impact neighborhoods, providing opportunities for empowerment with our housing education services, neighborhood revitalization and cleanup efforts, as well as our housing rehabilitation and new home construction. More Info
Spring Training Bike Crawl Benefit
A benefit for Habitat for Humanity & Nurture in Nature
March 25th, 2017 2:00pm – 6:00pm
$55.00 per ticket
Includes one beverage & light snacks at four great downtown locations End of the event party at Sandude to include Live Music, Games, Hors d Oeuvres & Prizes!
Be a part of Women Build Week!
National Women Build Week, sponsored by Lowe’s, is Habitat’s event for women who want to learn construction skills and build homes and communities. No experience is necessary! On May 12th & May 13th, volunteers will come together to build a home in the Habitat for Humanity River Vista subdivision. It is a unique, fun and positive way for women to give back to their community. To make Women Build possible, participants are asked to pay a $25 registration fee and raise a minimum of $250 each. Participants receive a Women Build Week shirt, a swag bag of goodies, breakfast and lunch and an incredible experience!
Our ReStore provides the public with opportunities to purchase discounted home remodeling supplies that would otherwise be cost prohibitive. More Info