Pensacola Habitat for Humanity

Community

Women Build expands access to homeownership

Woman Build encourages women to give back to their community by making a big difference in the lives of low-income families and single parents seeking the American Dream off home ownership. Read full story

Economy

Habitat’s turn toward building community

In a community that struggles with affordable housing, Pensacola Habitat will charter with NeighborWorks America to expand the nonprofit's work in sustainable development of communities. Read full story

Economy

Making a house a home

Summit highlights link between wages, affordable housing and Pensacola's growth

Housing summit addresses impact affordable housing has on Pensacola's economy, ways public, private sectors can stimulate construction of more housing units. Read full story

Community

United Way of Escambia County, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps ACES announce kickoff celebration for National Volunteer Month

On April 7, volunteers from across the community are invited to kickoff National Volunteer Month hosted by the United Way of Escambia County, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity, and AmeriCorps ACES, in conjunction with the City of Pensacola. Read full story

Community

Local Eagle Scout builds Little Free Libraries

These small, house-shaped “libraries” provide their communities with a unique recreational and educational asset. Read full story

Women Build

“We can build it!”

Habitat's Women Build going strong for 12 years

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity's Women Build crew is handling the tools, fundraising for building a home for Pensacola area family. Read full story

Community

Habitat’s “Women Build”

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity is holding a “Women Build” starting this week: Women make up 50 percent of Habitat’s volunteer force, yet often they account for less than 15 percent of workers on the construction site. The Women Build program is meant to encourage the involvement of women in the construction of Habitat homes. As of this writing, they’ve raised over $51,000, but their goal is $75,000. These are the teams that are participating. Why not chip in a few bucks? Read full story