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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

The Critical Repairs Program is accepting applications for our 4th round of 2019.  Open application runs from October 1 through October 31.  Please note we are unable to accept inquiries for our New Build Program during this round; we are only able to accept Critical Repairs applications at this time. 

Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County completes critical repairs and rehabs for existing Worcester County homeowners who are otherwise unable to complete the work themselves or obtain a conventional loan to do so. HFHWC participates in the national Habitat exterior repair program. Examples of critical home repairs are roofing, exterior painting, accessibility, weatherization and repair of other structural issues such as porch, stairs, siding and gutters.

Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County’s ReStore is proud to present Joe and Charlotte Esworthy, our Volunteers of the Month.  They became involved in volunteering through their oldest son, Habitat for Humanity board member Josh Esworthy.

Jim Martin is Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County’s ReStore Volunteer of the Month.  Martin volunteers two mornings a week.  His duties include processing new donations, merchandising, assisting customers, and using his carpentry skills to build display fixtures.

“We’re fortunate to have Jim as a part of our ReStore team.  He attended our Volunteer Recruitment night and has been with us ever since.  We look forward to the days Jim volunteers because he has such a great attitude and an even better sense of humor,” says Linda Myers, the Restore Volunteer Coordinator.

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