one community | one house

one community | one house rebuilding through community Natives of Guilford County, Frank and Emma McCraw built a life together in their modest two-bedroom home on the McCraw Family homestead. Together, the couple raised their three children in the home and lived a very simple life. Now in their golden years, Frank and Emma were […]

building together

building together putting God’s love into action In the face of COVID-19, Habitat Greensboro remains hard at work. With your support, we continue to pursue our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Now more than ever, our work is critical. The shortage of safe, decent, and affordable housing was […]

growing a legacy

growing a legacy building it forward Habitat Greensboro’s Build It Forward Legacy Society was established for donors and volunteers who wanted to leave a legacy to Habitat Greensboro beyond their lifetime. Donors like Margaret “Peggy” Ware, who left an estate gift to Habitat Greensboro earlier this year. Peggy, as her friends knew her, lived in […]

building stability

building stability providing safety, shelter and stability through housing When you reflect on your childhood, are your memories filled with love, laughter, and the stability of a home? Of a place of shelter that provided comfort and safety? Many of us are fortunate to have known such a home where we return year-after-year and which […]

building an equitable community together

building an equitable community together a message from our ceo This fall is a particularly challenging time, as many return to school both in-person and online. Fortunately, thanks to your support, Habitat homeowners have a decent and affordable place to call home. Lately, our local news has focused on the need to address a severe […]

Holiday Honor Card

Honor your loved ones with a Habitat Greensboro Holiday Card Honor family members, friends, and colleagues by sending them Habitat Greensboro’s Holiday Honor card. Each card is a minimum of $5. All proceeds help to build homes, communities, and hope in Greensboro. Order Today Card orders can be submitted by doing one of the following: […]

2020 Youth Art Contest

Official Details Habitat Greensboro is pleased to announce our inaugural 2020 Youth Art Contest, which is open to children from preschool through grade 12 of Habitat Homeowners. To be eligible, artwork must relate in some way to the question: “what does home mean to you?” DEADLINE EXTENDED – Submissions due by 5:00 pm, Friday, October […]

COVID Update

COVID Update COVID-19 has brought many challenges to our local community. For those with safe, stable housing, the pandemic meant figuring out the logistics of working remotely, transitioning school-aged children to learning at home, avoiding crowds, preparing meals, adjusting our mindset, and perhaps missing our favorite volunteer opportunities such as participating in a build day […]

building together

building together Thanks to the generosity of our local community, Wednesday, July 29th, saw Habitat Greensboro’s first wall-raising of our new fiscal year and our first wall-raising since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the pandemic, attendance was limited and community volunteers have still not been able to join us on-site. With these […]

Habitat Greensboro Names New ReStore Manager

Habitat Greensboro Names New ReStore Manager Naieem Amos knows every nook and cranny and about all essential services and operations of Habitat for Humanity’s two ReStores in Greensboro. He should. As the ReStore’s new manager, Naieem has infused his infectious enthusiasm into every role he undertook during the past nine years. Working his way to […]