There are many ways to donate to Habitat for Humanity. Each opportunity from online donation, planned giving,  gifts of real estate and vehicle donations provide a Habitat Partner Family with safe, decent housing.  We invite you to visit the donation area and learn more about the opportunities available to help local families.



Volunteers are the heart of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton. Habitat of Greater Dayton’s mission of eliminating substandard housing brings together individuals and groups of volunteers from corporate, faith, educational, and community groups to ensure that everyone may live in safe, decent, and affordable housing.



Habitat for Humanity believes that hard-working people should have access to the benefits and stability of home-ownership. That is why, we are committed to partnering with families to build safe, healthy, and affordable homes. Grants, donations of materials and volunteer labor make it possible for us to sell homes to our partner families with a 0% interest mortgage.


Our Mission

Dayton Ohio Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people from all walks of life to develop communities with people in need by building, renovating, and remodeling houses so that there are decent and affordable homes in safe communities where families can live and grow.

Habitat of Greater Dayton attends the Dayton Home and Garden Show

This weekend the Dayton Home and Garden Show is taking the city by storm. Enjoy everything the Home and Garden Show has to offer. Over 170 exhibitors, cooking demonstrations and a Farmers market with 20 vendors.  Habitat of Greater Dayton is one of the three featured non-profit organization. top by our booth to learn how we impact the Dayton community and how you can help! Take a minute to browse through our ReStore items to inspire home improvement projects. Then shop at our ReStore which is located at 115 W Riverview Avenue in Dayton Ohio.

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Partner Family Spotlight:  The Carter Family

The Carters are two families merged together. Tawan and Jennifer Carter reached out to Habitat because they currently cannot afford conventional loans and need more space for their large, blended family.

The couple kept their seven children in mind as they got involved in Habitat’s home-ownership program. Their children are all involved in extracurricular activities and have many aspirations as they continue to grow. “We are very excited about building our new home using what we have learned and ensuring our children can grow up in a safe environment,” said Tawan.

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