We are a Michigan charitable nonprofit organization dedicated to building simple low-cost homes by forming partnerships with low-income families in need of decent and affordable housing. We believe homeownership is a vital step to help families break the cycle of poverty and contributes to pride in families and communities.
At Macomb County Habitat for Humanity, we offer a hand up, rather than a hand out. Through our volunteer network, generous donors, and sales from our two Habitat ReStores, we’re helping families achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better life.
Building community for nearly 30 years, Macomb County Habitat for Humanity creates, preserves, and promotes affordable homeownership in Macomb County. In our community, Habitat for Humanity constructs affordable homes, repairs homes for income-qualified homeowners and seniors, operates discount home improvement stores in Warren and Shelby Township, and mobilizes hundreds of volunteers every year.
ALL ARE WELCOME HERE.
Macomb Habitat welcomes volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds and also serves people in need of decent housing regardless of race, religion, age, gender, or political views.
Non-proselytizing Policy: Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations do not proselytize. Nor will Habitat work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with Habitat. This means that Macomb Habitat will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition 1) that people must adhere or convert to a particular faith or 2) listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Macomb County Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
A community- and a world- where everyone has a decent place to live.
Macomb County Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1993. Since then, we have provided over 155 families a home in 12 Macomb County communities.
A national survey of Habitat homeowners found that 74 percent said their families’ overall health had improved since moving into their home.
A survey of U.S. Habitat homeowners by the University of Southern Indiana found that 57 percent of adults in the households were furthering their education.
84 percent of U.S. Habitat homeowners responded in a survey conducted by the University of Southern Indiana that they felt safe in their neighborhoods.
According to a survey of more than 400 Habitat homeowners, 53 percent said they are more financially stable since moving into their Habitat home; two-thirds are more confident about their ability to fund their children’s college education; and almost 40 percent said they pay less in housing costs. Use of government assistance also declined notably.
With a little help, Habitat homeowners are empowered to build a better future for themselves and their families for generations to come.
Curious about the wonderful people who support our work? Meet our Board! We could not exist without them.
JMC Electrical Contractor
TCB Youth Mentoring
Advia Credit Union
Creative Benefits & Insurance Solutions
Rev. Kevin Kinsel
Henry Ford Health
Rev. Kevin Lancaster
Love Life Family Christian Center