Aggies Serve 2023

The students, staff, and faculty of North Carolina A&T honored Dr. King’s legacy by partnering with Habitat Greensboro for their 2023 MLK Days of Service. From Friday, January 13, through Monday, January 16, nearly 400 Aggies helped build a better community through shelter. “Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve,” Dr. King said. “You […]

committed to community

Through partnership, Habitat Greensboro builds community. There may be no better example of the strength of this commitment than the Eastside Park Community Center, which was born of the dreams and determination of community residents, led by the late Estella Marie Stamey. In the early ’90s, the City of Greensboro recognized development needs for the […]

On Site with Women Build 2021

Women Build Home Dedication – January 8th at 10:00 a.m. Thank you to the wonderful women from First National Bank who joined us on Wednesday, October 6th. This team helped make sure that Tamieka’s future home will be cozy and warm by installing insulation! Thank you to the wonderful women of Erickson Advisors and Muslims […]

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 […]

Happy National Volunteer Week

  Each week brings you, our volunteers, together with Habitat Greensboro in a common goal – to build community through affordable housing. During the week, weekday crew volunteers work tirelessly with the construction team on homesites. Office volunteers greet homeowners in person and over the phone, knowledgeable direction to anyone who might call. ReStore volunteers […]

Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast 2019

Habitat for Humanity knows that safe, decent, and affordable shelter plays a critical a role in helping families create a new cycle – one filled with possibilities and progress. Affordable homeownership frees families and fosters the skills and confidence they need to invest in themselves and their communities – the outcomes can be long-lasting and […]

Collegiate Challenge Underway

Basketball teams aren’t the only ones representing their universities during this mad month of March.  While 132 teams prepare to compete in the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Basketball Championships, those from five universities are working on Habitat Greensboro houses as part of the Habitat for Humanity “collegiate challenge,” the local affiliate of the […]

2016 Volunteer of the Year Awards

Volunteers are the heart and soul of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro – the local chapter of this international organization presented its 2016 volunteer awards during this morning’s annual volunteer-appreciation breakfast. Founded in 1987, Habitat Greensboro celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Arnold Jeffries won the 2016 Joe White Volunteer of the Year Award. […]