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What is Habitat?
Habitat for Humanity is an international nonprofit organization that seeks to eliminate poverty housing from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Campus Chapters help Habitat advocate, educate, build and fundraise to eliminate poverty housing. 
History of Habitat
Habitat for Humanity International was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller. Today, Habitat for Humanity is a true world leader in addressing the issues of poverty housing.
What will you do?
Habitat for Humanity provides great volunteer opportunities and valuable hands on experiences. You will help eliminate the global housing shortage by:
  • Volunteering and fundraising with the local affiliate
  • Attending fun events like the Global Village and Youth Leadership Conference, Jimmy Carter work project, Act! Speak! Build! Week
  • Advocating and educating others about the importance of clean, decent, and stable housing
  • Actually building houses!

Jimmy Carter and Habitat for Humanity


As president of the United States, Jimmy Carter was deeply committed to social justice and basic human rights. He and his wife Rosalynn left the White House in search of meaningful ways to contribute in these areas. In addition to promoting peace and human rights through the nonprofit Carter Center in Atlanta, they lead the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project for Habitat for Humanity International one week each year.

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter's involvement with Habitat for Humanity International began in 1984 when the former president led a work group to New York City to help renovate a six-story building with 19 families in need of decent, affordable shelter. That experience planted the seed, and the Carter Work Project has been an internationally recognized event of HFHI ever since.

Each year, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter give a week of their time—along with their construction skills—to build homes and raise awareness of the critical need for affordable housing. The Carter Work Project is held at a different location each year, and attracts volunteers from around the world.

Decoration Workshop at Santa Ana ReStore Dec.9

Decoration Workshop at Santa Ana ReStore Dec.9

H4H Supporter Jimmy Carter

H4H Founder Jimmy Carter

President Obama and First Lady Volunteer with H4H

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ReStore Decoration Workshop Dec 5, 2012

ReStore Decoration Workshop Dec 5, 2012

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