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 for Humanity Power to Give Campaign

The Building Hope Building Culture project will enable Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton to complete a home for an American family that fled the civil war in Sudan in 2001.  This single mother and her children have endured very hard times while living in Sudan.  A local priest from Centerville, Ohio, sponsored the family to come to the United States in 2001. They currently live in a low-income housing development that she describes as not very well kept. With the constant changing of neighbors she has to sleep with noise going on all the time and goes to work tired every day, and she has put up with these conditions since 2002. She hearpower_to_give-logod about the Habitat for Humanity program on the television, as well as the ReStore, and decided to sign up. Thus began her journey for a home of her own.

What will these funds be used for?

Kitchen Cabinets= $1,900
Doors and Hardware= $750
Carpet = $1200
Windows = $1,440
High Efficiency Furnace= $3,500
Administrative fee = $1,199

One of the many benefits of the Welcome Dayton Initiative, this project hopes to provide a family whom immigrated to the region the opportunity to access the American Dream through home ownership.  This project will enable Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton to place this family in an existing neighborhood by completing this house on Lucerne Ave. in the Walnut Hills neighborhood.

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Habitat at the Landing

2015 Habitat for Humanity Gala

Join Habitat for Humanity for the 2015 Gala at Austin Landing.

DATE:  July 11, 2015

This Texas Chic Gala will be held at Austin Landing, located in Miami Township, Ohio.  Attendees will be treated to food, drink and a live auction full of unique and interesting items.

We hope you will join us to support our mission of helping local families and building communities.

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UPS employees helped us recycle wood from our build sites today to build "Habistacks". These Habistack sets are sold to local businesses to raise money and support the mission of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton. The volunteers were tremendous help! (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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The sun is out and shining bright today! We have volunteer groups from LexisNexis at both of our Fairborn build sites. Ready to work! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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