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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Volusia County

Halifax Habitat for Humanity Announces Merger

Veterans Build FinalHalifax Habitat for Humanity announces the merger of their affiliate with the HFH of Southwest Volusia affiliate.  On July 1, 2016, Halifax HFH became Habitat for Humanity of Greater Volusia County (HFH-GVC) to reflect the expanded service area.  This merger was one welcomed by both Board of Directors of each affiliate and followed a specific process directed by Habitat for Humanity International. Read more

Veterans Build Marks Halifax Habitat for Humanity’s 138th Home

Veteran Habitat Build CoverHalifax Habitat for Humanity has enjoyed long-term partnerships with local Rotary Clubs and Florida Power & Light Company.  The synergy created by these partnerships resulted in an ideal opportunity to “energize” a Habitat home build project with a local military veteran.

The Rotary Club of Daytona Beach West initiated the idea of identifying a local veteran for this special build.  Habitat for Humanity and the Rotary Club of DB West shared information on Habitat’s Affordable Homeownership Program with local veteran service organizations and veteran groups. Mario Figueroa, Navy Veteran and his son met all of the Habitat for Humanity application criteria.  They have worked on the construction of their home, ambulance alongside local volunteers, including teams of volunteers from the Rotary Club of DB West and Florida Power & Light. Read more

Cars for Homes

Running or Not, Donate an old Car, Truck or Boat to Habitat

Donate your Vehicle

Do you have an old or unneeded car, truck, boat or other vehicle sitting in your driveway, or taking up space in your garage? Consider donating it to Habitat for Humanity through Cars for Homes. Read more

Barton Malow Company volunteers

Halifax Habitat for Humanity Partner Spotlight: Barton Malow Company

The work of Habitat for Humanity is deeply interconnected with each community we serve. It’s the result of many people coming together and meeting families where they live to partner with them to improve their housing. From individuals to civic groups to business partners, each and every means of support is important and ties together to help us in our mission to build a better community where everyone has a decent place to live.

While we strive to build a better community, it’s vitally important to highlight the efforts of our community partners. By sharing their stories others may begin to see themselves in the Habitat story, and find their own meaningful way to support the mission. Read more