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Welcome to Haywood Habitat for Humanity!


We appreciate your interest in our non-profit ministry. Since 1990, Haywood Habitat for Humanity has been building affordable housing in the county. As an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, we are committed to eliminating poverty housing in the community and to helping needy families realize their dream of home ownership. We believe, as a matter of conscience, that all people deserve basic, decent, affordable shelter.

Millard Fuller, co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International, described the essence of Habitat as an opportunity to “let your light shine”. In other words, putting your God given talents to practical use in helping others. We hope you will consider becoming involved in the community through our organization. We promise it will be one of the most rewarding and fun experiences of you life!

Enrich Others, Enrich Yourself, and “Let your Light Shine”!

HFHReStoreID_S_400Need to contact the ReStore?

Located at 95 Montgomery St., Waynesville, NC 28786 
Phone: 828-246-9135, Store hours: Wed-Sat, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Jones Family Purchases Habitat House

Jones_family3Wendy Jones and daughter, Nikiana, celebrated and blessed their new remodeled, three-bedroom home on Carson Street in Canton on May 4th. "The Habitat experience is life changing and so much more than getting a house. It changes your perspective on things knowing there is a community here to support you," said Jones.
For Jones, a Haywood County native employed by Reach of Haywood County, owning her own house means she can provide a stable home environment for her daughter.

Gaddis and Daughter Dedicate New Home

for_carol_larsen_version_twoKarla Gaddis whose house on Meadow Street in Waynesville was dedicated on May 5, knows firsthand how a Habitat house can change lives. She was 14 when her mom purchased a Habitat house and for the first time she had a room of her own. Now Gaddis is doing the same for her daughter, Mackenzi. Gaddis admitted that completing the 400 sweat equity hours required of perspective partner families had not been easy. "I gave up so many Saturdays," she said, "but knowing what it would mean for my daughter kept me going. I have learned so much and met so many wonderful people along this journey." 

Groundbreaking Held For First ReStore-Sponsored House

HarrisA smiling Christine Harris and daughter, Tessa Morton, along with Habitat staff and volunteers on April 2 celebrated the start of their future home in the Barefoot Ridge development in Clyde.
This will be the 43rd house built by Haywood Habitat in the county and the first to be paid for through net proceeds of the Habitat ReStore in Waynesville.
The ReStore began its third year of operation on April 1 and is achieving its goal of sponsoring one Habitat house a year.

Pictured are Christine Harris, daughter Tessa Morton and grandson, Matthew. Back left to right are Valerie and Bob Hunziker, Harris family partners; Exec. Director Marnette Colborne, President Kent Stewart and ReStore Manager Gary Clontz.


Do You Dream Of Owning Your Own House?

pa012585If you answer yes to all of these questions, you may qualify to purchase a home through Haywood Habitat for Humanity (HFH).  Residency: Are you a resident of Haywood County and have lived in North Carolina for the past year?Ability to Pay: Do you have an annual household income of $23,250 to $32,700 and a credit history free of liens and judgments?Housing Need:  Do you reside in substandard, unsafe, overcrowded, subsidized or cost-burdened housing?Desire to Partner:  Are you willing to invest 400 hours of labor and time into building your own home or the home of another partner family?  Work can be performed on weekends and family and friends can contribute to your hours.  Houses are sold to approved partner families at cost to keep monthly payments affordable. There is no interest on the mortgage. Want to apply or learn more? Contact Haywood HFH at 828-452-7960 or click on Home Ownership at left.


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