Help Habitat families affected by the pandemic

Although volunteering on our work sites has stopped, Habitat staff is continuing to build on. We are doing it – with a lean staff and vigilant safety protocols – because housing is more critical now than ever. Building without volunteers, who are the engine driving our mission forward, means we will face work delays. We are bracing for increased costs as we struggle to meet deadlines that affect our construction pipeline, and most of all, the families who depend on us.
Please help us keep building for families across Dane County that don’t have a decent and safe place to weather life’s storms in. This crisis has impacted us all, but if you can, join us in answering this need by donating to the Habitat Recovery Fund today.
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Meet Tara and Guarani

After spending more than 20 years in a refugee camp in Nepal, Tara and Guarani are happy to call Madison home. For the last eight years they’ve been extremely active...
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Volunteers Paint Home for 92-year-old Homeowner

Hear how volunteers from the local Navy Recruiting Station helped a 92-year-old homeowner paint her home through the Habitat Home Repair Program.
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Learn All About Habitat – Lunch Included

Habitat is proud to host a number of events to educate the community about our goal of improving the lives of families through homes, community and hope. Hear about the lasting impact home ownership has had on our family partners, and learn more about the many ways you can get involved.
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We’re 275+ Habitat Homes & Counting!
Click on our interactive map to see where we’ve built and where we’re currently building in Dane County.
Since 1987, Habitat has built 278 homes in Dane County.
Since 2002, Habitat ReStore has saved 9,780 tons from entering Dane County landfills.
Number of families served by Habitat for Humanity of Dane County.