• We build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.
  • A world in which everyone has a decent place to live.
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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.

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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.

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ReStore is a public home improvement store that sells quality new and used building materials, furniture and appliances. Proceeds from sales fund our Homeownership Program and Home Repair Ministry.

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What your support has helped us achieve…


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News & Events

Playhouse Project Blitz Build 2020

Friday, October 2, 2020

Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity’s Playhouse Project Blitz Build is back at Fifth Third Field for a third year in a row. The Lucas County non-profit is partnering with area businesses and corporations for a two-day event of building 24 playhouses at the ballpark.

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Rock The Block: Twice the Impact

Monday, September 28, 2020

Volunteers are working to spruce up two Toledo neighborhoods.

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Habitat Homeowner is Toledo's first 'Home At Last' closing

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Donald Singer became emotional Thursday as he was handed keys to his new house on Dunderry Lane in South Toledo.

“It means a lot,” Mr. Singer said fighting back tears as he thanked the city of Toledo, Habitat for Humanity, and relatives for their help making his new home a reality. 

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Community partners celebrate 200th roof replacement in Lucas County

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

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.

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