Our Current Project

Imagine a single mother and her young son resigned to living in an unsafe and substandard rental unit even though she is working three jobs.  Now imagine another family with four children having to keep themselves warm in the winter with space heaters in a two bedroom apartment.  Despite multiple jobs and an income that is not enough to allow for change, hope can seem fleeting at best. These are the families that Warren County Habitat for Humanity seeks to serve with its current build project.

On a donated lot in the Port Colden section of Washington Township, our construction teams are busy building a duplex which will house both families. Ground was broken in October 2015, and completion is anticipated for early 2017, depending on donations of funds and volunteer hours. The crews are currently working on Thursdays and Saturdays to make these families’ dream homes a reality.

Our build projects only succeed because of the generous spirit of the Warren County community, in terms of both their time and their money. If you would like to volunteer to work on these Port Colden homes, you can start the process by viewing our Volunteer to Build page. If you would like to donate money for materials for these homes, please link to our Donate page.

Along with all of us at Warren County Habitat for Humanity, the partner families moving into these homes thank you for your continued support.