What is Habitat for Humanity?
Since 1976, Habitat has helped more than 9.8 million people meet their affordable housing needs. In fiscal year 2016, Habitat improved the housing conditions of 3 million people through new home construction, rehabilitation, incremental improvements, repairs or increased access to improved shelter through partnerships with the private sector. In addition, nearly 2.1 million people now have the potential to improve their housing conditions as a result of Habitat’s advocacy efforts, which changed policies and systems to allow more access to shelter solutions, and because of our provision of information and training in construction, financial management and other housing-related topics.
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Habitat for Humanity of Rutland County
An Investment in the Future - Habitat and the families who partner with us understand that a home is far more than a house. Affordable, sufficient, and stable shelter can lead to improved health, greater success at school and more financial stability. Habitat provides an opportunity for a family to build a better life today and dream bigger visions for tomorrow. Every child deserves a stable start in a safe and secure home. Your continued support makes that start possible.
As a newly minted affiliate, we are just starting to develop relationships with volunteers and donors that will, in time, enable us to help more people in our community. We are very grateful to the many people and organizations that have gotten behind us.
We currently own three properties in Rutland City and are working to secure the resources we need to build single-family homes on this land.
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- Families in need of decent shelter apply to local Habitat affiliates.
- The affiliate’s family selection committee chooses homeowners based on their level of need,
- Their willingness to become partners in the program and
- Their ability to repay the loan.
- Every affiliate follows a nondiscriminatory policy of family selection.
- Neither race nor religion is a factor in choosing the families who receive Habitat houses.
Mailing Address: 6 Court Street, Rutland, Vermont 05701 Phone: 802-747-4440