Families in need of decent and affordable housing purchase a new or rehabbed home here in Lucas County through a 0% interest loan. Our program provides education in financial management and home maintenance as well as hands-on construction experience. Through shelter, we empower.
Existing homeowners partner with us to address health and safety related repairs to their home that, on their own, they could not afford or accomplish. Together we build stronger communities by revitalizing neighborhoods and increasing home values.
After years of caring for others, it is now a local Toledo man’s turn to a receive helping hand from his community. Osmound Bridges is the primary caretaker in his family. Mr. Bridges moved back to Toledo in 2010 to take care of his mother. After her passing in 2012, he acquired her aging house and recently started caring for his sister and brother.
Over the past 32 years, Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity has worked tirelessly to combat the social injustice and bias in the nation’s housing system. Through our demonstrated legacy, Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity has helped to transform our community, working alongside diverse people: those from many races, ethnicities, social economic groups and every walk of life. We believe that everyone deserves a safe home - one which can serve as a foundation for a meaningful education, professional achievement, personal growth, and building sustained equity for their families.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Maumee has implemented a new public safety guidelines to safeguard the in-store shopping experience, and most importantly, the health and well-being of customers and employees.
Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) is committed to the safety of our volunteers. The seriousness of coronavirus (COVID-19) is prompting us to take immediate steps that balance the demands of our mission while limiting the risk and helping ensure everyone’s continued safety.