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Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County believes that all people deserve a decent, safe place to lay their heads. We help to provide the dream of first time homeownership to hardworking families in our community, and provide critical home repairs for existing homeowners. Families always pay back the cost to build or repair their homes, Habitat provides the opportunity and helps them to do so affordably. Join us as a volunteer or donate to the cause and help us help families in our Worcester County, MD community! 

  • Funds Raised from Dinner on Jefferson Street

    $15000

  • 2017 Volunteers

    41

  • Families Served

    29

  • Funds Raised at Masquerade at St. Martin's

    $20000

News & Notes

Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County, Inc. (HFHWC) recently held its annual meeting and inducted three new members to its Board of Directors. The new board members include: Dr. Mithila Jegathesan, Pediatrician, Chesapeake Pediatrics & Adolescent Associates, Matthew Record, Principal, Pocomoke Middle School, Dr. Jason Yonker, Ophthalmologist, Chesapeake Eye Center. (Also shown in picture is Matthew Manos, Board President).

We are seeking a Donations Ambassador for our ReStore. The Donations Ambassador reports to the ReStore Manager and is responsible for picking up donations from residences and businesses in Worcester County and the surrounding areas, assisting customers/donors in loading and unloading merchandise, assisting with cleaning and organizing warehouse, loading dock and to supervise volunteers as needed.

Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County is proud to announce and welcome Justin Cannon as the Manager for the new Habitat ReStore in Worcester County. "We are very excited to have Justin come on board. The combination of his experience, creativity and excitement for the position is exactly what we need to make Worcester County’s first Habitat ReStore a success” says Andrea Bowland, Executive Director of Habitat Worcester.