Dollars DO Make an Impact
When families become homeowners, studies show children experience improved cognitive stimulation and increased reading scores in school. In addition, stability and pride in homeownership results in lower dropout rates.
Our Towns Habitat homeowners (58 percent are women) work in banks, daycares, schools, police departments, restaurants and more. Household incomes range $20,000-$50,000.
In a survey of Habitat families in Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Mooresville, Troutman, Statesville and all of Iredell County:
Other ways to Donate
Cars for Homes
Donating your old vehicle helps eliminate poverty housing and is quicker and easier than finding a buyer — especially if the vehicle is old or doesn’t run any longer!
Book drives coordinated by area churches and organizations help turn gently used books into “bricks,” or revenue from sales at ReStores and other local stores.
Includes new and gently used merchandise that can be sold to the public at a reduced price to the public at our ReStores includes various new and gently used items. Click here to learn more about ReStore donations.
Salvage from home/commercial remodeling projects (cabinetry, appliances and more) can be picked up by Our Towns Habitat and sold at the Cornelius ReStore, Mooresville ReStore or Statesville ReStore.
There are many levels of support you can provide and several different types of projects.