Calaveras County is experiencing the after effects of the devastating September 2015 Butte Fire. At 70,800+ acres burned, over 475 homes destroyed, 343 non-residences destroyed, and 45 homes damaged, the Butte Fire now ranks as the 7th most destructive fire in California history! With your volunteer help or donation the cleanup and rebuild can take place.
As the only non-profit home builder in the County, Habitat for Humanity Calaveras is here to help with repairs and rebuilding.
We are ready to help with any housing related issue (fire related or not), and 90% of funds collected will be used in Calaveras County. (HfHC tithes 10% to help HfHI build in other countries.)
The need is great. Please give from the heart to help. Share our homepage link on your FB, Instagram, text messaging or other social media so your friends, co-workers, and employers can also share your enthusiam to help. Corporate donatons are also greatly needed and appreciated.
Your generous donaton will help families in Calaveras County affected by this disaster rebuild. Thank you.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of non-profit organizations such a Habitat Calaveras. Your donation of new building materials, money or labor will help build a strong, vibrant Calaveras County.
Volunteering with Habitat is an easy way get involved in your community. A few hours each month can make a world of difference. Volunteers help in a variety of ways; helping seniors, veterans, or your neighbors with cleaning, painting, construction or home repair. You can even volunteer to work in our ReStore!
Take a moment to consider how enriched your life will be by volunteering. Use the link to volunteer, or call our office. We will be happy to discuss how you can help.
Home ownership is the goal of most American families. Habitat for Humanity Calaveras (HfHC) provides home ownership to responsible local families who already live and work in the community but have yet to own their first home. Together with volunteers, families partner with us to build a simple but modern home that they then buy on very favorable terms. Each family volunteers 400 hours of ‘sweat equity’ and then has a zero-interest mortgage payable to Habitat. Payments are then used to build more homes for more families. Contrary to popular belief, Habitat Homes are NOT free!
Habitat families become property owners and are stakeholders in the community. Habitat is a ‘Hand Up’ NOT a ‘Hand Out’. Communities become stronger with hard working families building a new life full of promise and hope.