Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell is one of 100 nonprofits to receive a $100,000 grant through the $100K for 100 program in 2016! Thank you to the CummingsFoundation!
In 2016, we celebrate 25 years of helping local and global families live in safe, affordable homes. Your donation to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell means we can do what we do best… Building and Repairing more homes for families in need both locally in our communities and globally.
Please Donate Today and help families like the Resendes Family have a safe, affordable place to call home.
“I’m very thankful to Habitat for Humanity for giving me this opportunity in becoming a homeowner. Being a single mom and financially responsible in raising my two boys on my own I never dreamed that this would be possible. I work hard and will continue working hard to give my boys everything that they need and thanks to Habitat, sponsors and the volunteers that now includes a home of our own. We will always be grateful to you all.” Joanna Resendes
Volunteering opportunities are available.
Join us on the build site, on a Critical Home Repair project or at the ReStore in Tyngsborough.
Volunteer by clicking on the VolunteerUp Link on the side. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuzRinjiZYk
ReStore has moved to
440 Middlesex Road, Tyngsborough
New donations arriving weekly. Stop in and find your treasure.
Volunteers are always welcome. Sign Up Today!
Donate to help us continue building in our Local Communities. Click here and Thank You.
Recycle your vehicle and help Habitat build Homes.
Do you have an old or unneeded car, truck, boat, or other vehicle sitting in your driveway or taking up space in your garage? This Earth Day, consider donating it to Habitat to Humanity through Cars for Homes. Not only will you be helping Habitat provide decent, affordable housing, you might be helping the environment as well. Donate A Car and Help Build a House Today
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View our latest You Tube clips:
Transforming Lives One Volunteer At a Time
Habitat YouTube Channel, Wall Raising, ReStore: A Story
DoorKnob helps ReStore, Restore Video, ReStore: The Sunny Side, Local IBEW 103 helps Habitat, Lowell Groundbreaking Ceremony, Rock Street Wall Raising, A Concord Carpenter,
Rock Street Wall Raising/Lowell Sun, IBEW Local 103 Video on Giving Back – featuring Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell.
Sandra Medeiros Story, Partner Family Cars Program Video with Steve Thomas Another Great Cars For Home Video
Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity has helped 6.8 million people find strength, stability and independence through safe, decent and affordable shelter. 1.8 million people have been helped through home construction/rehab/repairs. Together we build because 1 in 4 people around the world lives in poverty.
Did you know that 2 million volunteers are mobilized annually? Over the last 8 years, Habitat Lowell has engaged over 9600 individual volunteers who have logged a total of 102,600 hours. Thank you to all our volunteers.
We are so grateful to our volunteers who help us build homes, communities and hope. Each year roughly 2 million people give their time to help 1400 Habitat sites in the US and in over 70 countries around the world. Thank you for joining us!
HFHGL celebrates 25 yrs and has impacted 126 families: built/renovated 38 homes locally, build 64 homes globally and repaired 24 homes for our Veteran/elderly/disabled through our Critical Repair Program. Locally we have impacted and made a positive change for 126 families. Volunteer building opportunities offered locally and globally. Massachusetts Affiliates have built or refurbished over 800 homes locally.
1,000 Tons: The number of used building materials that was diverted from landfills by the Habitat Lowell ReStore since 2012. That’s a 27% increase over last year. There are 851 ReStores in the United States – that is a lot of material being diverted.
Did You Know? Worn & torn clothing can be donated. If it cannot be re-worn or repurposed, it will be ground into fiber and may become insulation, upholstery stuffing or carpet padding. This accounts for 20% of all textile donations.
With each Habitat home built, the cycle of poverty housing is permanently ended. Join with us as we build hope for families in our community.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell
At Hicks Farm
124 Main Street
Westford, MA 01886
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440 Middlesex Road
Tyngsborough, MA 01879
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell