Clay County Habitat and ReStore will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian.
Everyone deserves a decent place to live.
Habitat for Humanity is a unique opportunity to impact the lives of others. Working side-by-side with families who are building their own home, and rebuilding their lives, volunteers and donors see tangible results and form powerful relationships. We serve and build in Orange Park, Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Learn More.
What is Habitat for Humanity?
A decent home provides the strength, stability and independence that families need, and Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Habitat homeowners pay an affordable mortgage, receive financial education and help build their homes alongside volunteers.
We build homes in Orange Park, Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Learn More.
Congratulations to the Lee and Marsh families for becoming homeowners. Both families worked tremendously hard to accomplish their goal of home ownership. During the construction process, many volunteers worked on creating these homes. Thank you to the James Boys, participants of the Leaders Build, Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Fleming Island United Methodist Church, Kingdom
Supporters of Clay County Habitat for Humanity gathered October 7th to observe World Habitat Day. The impact of Habitat locally and across the world was celebrated at the luncheon. Clay Habitat is proud to have the support of many businesses and individuals.
Who does it take to build a Habitat house?
In every Habitat home, you find the work and dedication of many people, all working with a common goal: helping another family build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
Community volunteers play an essential role in our mission of eliminating substandard housing in Clay County. Volunteers can help in a variety of ways, both on the construction site and in non-construction capacities.