How a Habitat for Humanity Home is Built

Through volunteer labor and tax-deductible donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity builds simple, decent housing with the help of partner homeowners. The key ingredients for a successful Habitat for Humanity home are donated land and a group of energetic volunteers who are willing to give their time and talent to help plan, raise funds and construct a house.

In partnership with our homeowners and volunteers, we strive to build affordable decent housing in the most cost effective and sustainable way.

Recent Projects / Builds

On November 2nd, 2017, Habitat homeowner Elisa invited family, friends and financial partners to celebrate with her family and Comal County Habitat for Humanity as we completed the construction on her Habitat home! The event included a Bible presentation from Wells Fargo, a key presentation from Virginia and Gordon Hughes and a heartwarming speech from Elisa herself.

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Current 2017 Projects / New Builds

2017's Faith Build had several churches join together to help build a home financially and/or physically. Volunteers from these different churches are joining Marcelina and her family in building their home. This home is scheduled to be complete in late December of 2017.

Habitat homeowner Martha and her family recently broke ground on the site of their future home in October. Walls Up for this home is estimated to take place after the holiday season and will soon be followed by our annual "Studfinder event" where Studathon sponsors are invited out to meet Martha!

Future Projects

We will announce future projects as they become available here!

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