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To lead a fulfilled life, being healthy is about much more than just the physical. It involves your mental well-being, too. 

Water leaks in Mrs. Reynolds bathroom meant that her floor was rotted out and she was afraid to even enter the room. She couldn't afford to make the repairs or get a loan, so she turned to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton's Critical Repair Program

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton wanted to surprise Charles Simms and his Family with a heartfelt gift honoring Ann Simms . However, Charles Simms had other plans and surprised Dayton Habitat with a generous donation in support of the 2021 Ann Simms Memorial Women Build.

You don’t have to choose just one cause or organization to support. You can provide support for various causes and various organizations. Take the time to figure out what feels right for you and your own goals for doing good in the world.

May is recognized as National Recommitment Month. It’s a time of renewal and even to build new habits or relationships. What will you recommit to this month?

A Clark County dropout recovery school and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton are partnering on a Springfield project that highlights the far-reaching community impact of volunteerism as nonprofits celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week.

Now that the world is showing signs of getting back to a sense of “normalcy,” use this Earth Day as a reminder that when we all work together, we can make a difference.

You have the power to continue to do good in the world and be the positive change, even with everything going on around us.

After 12 years of living with a leaky roof, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton Makes repairs for Mrs. Gruber and changes her world for the better.

If you’re looking for a reason to get out there and do more good, look no further. April has been named Global Volunteer Month as a time to bring people together to volunteer from across the world.

While times are undoubtedly hard, there is hope on the horizon. Use April’s National Month of Hope as a reminder to be a light in somebody’s life this month, including your own!

How can we say that owning a home improves your health?  It turns out that a number of independent organizations have studied the issue from different points of view, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the general conclusion is that homeowners are healthier than renters. Habitat for Humanity is part of the solution.

There are normally numerous ways to volunteer to advance the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton’s mission. However, in the past year, thanks to a global pandemic, those ways have been limited. But that didn’t stop Springfield High School junior Matthew Collier from helping out.

The Dayton Daily News wrote a wonderful article about Christine and her daughter moving into their new home. Dayton Habitat and its partners and volunteers built the home after their original home was destroyed by the tornadoes in 2019. You can read the story online on the DDN website.

When you feel good, you’re more likely to do good in the world and at work. Make sure you’re able to set boundaries to help improve your work-from-home life.

You may not win the lottery tomorrow, or ever for that matter. But what we’re talking about is a different kind of ‘gold’ to make you feel rich in other ways. Check out these ways to feel fulfilled in your everyday life and to make each day golden.

A group of fraternity members from Cedarville University stepped up to ensure that Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton's newest project, located in Springfield, was launched just right.

Prudence spent the last two years living without heat or hot water. However, thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton, Prudence was able to live through this freezing winter safely and comfortably, with warmth and hot water restored to her home.

There are those who enjoy crunching numbers, and those who would love to be doing anything else. With March underway and April just around the corner, you may be dreading a certain time of year that’s all but looming—tax time.

It’s impossible to put the best version of yourself out into the universe if you’re already starting at a disadvantage. Make sleep a priority and see the health benefits that affect your overall wellbeing.

As Habitat of Greater Dayton expands into Clark County, the organization will be able to provide affordable housing and critical housing services to even more families.

Regardless of income level, homeownership promotes civic and social engagement.
A neighborhood is defined by the homes and families that live in it. Are there differences in neighborhoods that are filled with homeowners verses those that are primarily occupied with renters? Do homeowners bring advantages to neighborhoods? Let us look at some homeowner facts.

Whether it’s doing something for you, your loved ones or members of your community, check out these ways to boost serotonin levels throughout these cold months.

Giving back your time as a board member is a fulfilling way to help make a difference for a cause that you love.

It's been a long time since the tornadoes that rampaged through Dayton on the evening of May 27th, 2019 destroyed their home. However, now its's time to welcome Christine Creager and her daughter home!

Homeownership isn't just a financial investment. Homeownership is also an investment into your children's education.

Giving back to the world starts with you. How will you focus on your mental health this week?

This year, instead of simply focusing on your loved ones, consider using February as a time to spread love all over your community. From small acts of kindness to lasting community connections, there are so many ways you can show love this month.

Helping others can provide a new sense of purpose that may have been dwindling as a result of the new way of life we’ve endured in 2020. So in order to breathe new life into 2021 and beyond, it’s time to look outside ourselves and focus on others.

The good you put out into the world will not only benefit the organization you’re volunteering with, but also will leave your family feeling good about the positive work you’ve accomplished together.

In the U.S. there is a direct correlation between homeownership and net wealth. This is one of the reasons that Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton partners with families to lower barriers to affordable homeownership and create opportunities for those who may not otherwise have access to owning a home, enabling them to grow their net wealth.

People in your everyday life may be struggling much more than you know. So what can you do to help?

Just when you thought the holidays were over, the season of giving has extended into 2021. Use this month as a time to put good vibes out into the universe and continue giving.

We recently dedicated the home of Tash Harris, our newest Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton Homeowner. Read about Tasha's heartwarming story.

While there may only be a few days left, there’s still time to put forth your best effort in 2020. Close out the year with one of these five acts to end on a high note.

While you’ve probably been looking ahead for quite awhile, it’s now time to think about how you’ll spread kindness and love in the coming year.

Giving back and spreading the love this holiday season is sure to make your friends, family and loved ones smile.

Whether donating money or time, giving back has been shown to make a positive impact that goes far beyond the initial act of giving.

On Giving Tuesday, every contribution counts, whether monetarily or otherwise. Check out these ways that you can participate in Giving Tuesday 2020 and beyond.

As the weather outside takes a downward dive, there are plenty of ways to lift spirits this holiday season. It’s time to spread warm wishes and cheer.

For nonprofit organizations around the world, year-end giving is a major boost to help reach giving goals.

Tim and Ernestine O'Donogue are honored with the Silver Medallion Presidential Volunteer Service Award for their long-term service to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton's ReStore.

While we can’t control what happens in 2020, we can all take steps toward remaining positive even on the most challenging days.

How will you practice thankfulness this November? These small but thoughtful actions can help remind you that there’s a lot to be thankful for this year.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton dedicates home in Clayton for Monica Thomas.

On this holiday that usually centers around the scary, consider using it as a force for good.

Sisters of the Precious Blood make significant donation to help build Habitat for Humanity home for local family.

There are plenty of ways to cheer up somebody you love, many of them only involving your time.

It’s never too early to start teaching your children about the impact they can have in the world by spreading kindness.

Habitat of Greater Dayton's Dave Mauch prepares a great meal with the help of Father Leo. We all receive a wonderful message from Father Leo along the way.

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