Habitat for Humanity of LA

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Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit housing organization that envisions a world where everyone has a home. Families work alongside volunteers to build their own affordable home, fostering independence, strength, and stability, whilst challenging the global housing crisis.


David, Brittany and Juan all play a part in supporting Habitat LA’s mission

David, Brittany and Juan all play a part in supporting Habitat LA’s mission.

Since 1990, Habitat LA has built, rehabilitated, and repaired more than 1,500 houses across greater LA. With shelter a basic human need, Habitat LA strives to achieve its goal of eliminating substandard housing by making decent, sustainable, and affordable housing a reality for all.

“The gap of how many people need a decent, affordable place to live is growing, it helps level out the playing feel and the future of this nation really does rely on the youth”

Since 1990, Habitat LA has built, rehabilitated, and repaired more than 1,500 houses across greater LA. With shelter a basic human need, Habitat LA strives to achieve its goal of eliminating substandard housing by making decent, sustainable, and affordable housing a reality for all.

“The gap of how many people need a decent, affordable place to live is growing, it helps level out the playing feel and the future of this nation really does rely on the youth”

Rudy, Bilal and David work together to build someone’s new home.

Rudy, Bilal and David work together to build someone’s new home..

“It’s that rewarding feeling that we get; we helped a family”

“It’s that rewarding feeling that we get; we helped a family”

The team support one another every step of the way, volunteers and staff alike

The team support one another every step of the way, volunteers and staff alike.

“You really start to define what community really means … it’s about letting people know they are worth pretty much whatever they want to be worth, and they are able to give back. You don’t have to have a lot to give a little back”

“You really start to define what community really means … it’s about letting people know they are worth pretty much whatever they want to be worth, and they are able to give back. You don’t have to have a lot to give a little back”

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