They are back and ready to entertain. Join us and help raise funds for the 110 State Tewksbury home. Construction will start this Spring. Read More
April 3, 2015
Hillview Country Club, 149 North St, No Reading
Time to Register for Women Build Week 2015.
Dates are May 2-16, 2015
Join us as we build a single family, handicap accessible home for the Santiago Family, at 95 Friendship St Billerica. Read More:
- To date, over 2,000 homes have been constructed by women crews in the U.S. and 30 foreign countries.
- Women Build empowers women to participate in Habitat for Humanity’s work by teaching new skills in a non-competitive, inclusive environment of cooperation, partnership and fun. Habitat construction staff provides on-site leadership to all of our volunteer groups.
Donate to help us continue building in our Local Communities. Click here and Thank You.
We broke ground at 95 Friendship St, Billerica
The Santiago Family put shovels to dirt and kicked off the start of the Friendship St Billerica home build. Building will soon be underway and volunteers will be swinging hammers alongside the family. After the celebration the family now knows this is real, construction will soon being and this home offers them a new beginning. It takes many hands to help build a home. Thank you to all our sponsors (Lions Club, Epsilon, Millipore, Progress Software, Northern Bank and Stoneham Bank, Habitat ReStore) and to Shawsheen Tech (whose students will help build this home) Hanscom AFB, and all our volunteers who will be part of this build.
Additional volunteers needed for the ReStore and for Critical Home Repair projects. Signup today on VolunteerUp.
New donations arriving weekly. Stop in and find your treasure.Volunteers are always welcome. Sign Up Today!
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 Today
2 Ways to Shop and raise money for Habitat
Start shopping at igive.com and raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell. Shop at over 1350 stores. Sign up today – Shop igive.com and double your gift giving. READ MORE:
When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell. Support us every time you shop. Click here to Start Shopping Today
View our latest You Tube clips:
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
Habitat for Humanity has built over 800,000 houses, sheltering over 3 million people worldwide. Did you know that there is a Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication occurring somewhere in the world every 6 minutes?
HFHGL has built and/or refurbished 104 homes: 33 homes locally, 57 homes globally and 14 Veteran Homes with our Critical Repair Program. Locally we have impacted and made a positive change for 300 people. Volunteer building opportunities offered locally and globally
Massachusetts Affiliates have built or refurbished over 800 homes locally.
We are so grateful to our volunteers who help us build homes, communities and hope. This past year, 2 million people gave their time to help Habitat serve 313,274 families around the world equaling 3.2 million lives. Thank you for joining us!
Over the last four years, Habitat Lowell has engaged 5023 volunteers who have logged a total of 50,097 hours. Thank you to all our volunteers.
314 Tons: The number of used building materials that was diverted from landfills by the Habitat Lowell ReStore in FY2014. That’s a 27% increase over last year (in 2 years we have diverted 561 tons). There are over 750 ReStores in No America – 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
257 Boston Road
Billerica, MA 01862
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell