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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami
Since 1989, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami has helped change the lives of nearly 1000 families in Miami-Dade County. With the support of amazing volunteers and donors, we are able to work with our partner families to help change the future of our community. Throughout 2013, we are seeing a renewed dedication to the Liberty City Community as well as the birth of our newest community, Habitat Landings, located in South Miami Heights which will total 45 homes at its conclusion.

Habitat Happenings

Fowler White Burnett Helps Build at Habitat Landings

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Blitz Build Dedication Ceremony

Thanks to our friends at the South Florida Times for their wonderful coverage of our annual Blitz Build! View entire article here.

Blitz Build Culminates In Heartwarming Dedication

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Housing Inequality in USA

Please enjoy a BBC News special report on wealth and housing inequality in the United States featuring Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami and our program that helps families strive toward their dream of homeownership. Featuring Miami Habitat CEO Mario Artecona, hosted by BBC News Correspondent Jonny Dymond and Producer Maria Byrne. Click here.

TD Charitable Foundation Helps Support Habitat

A great big thank you to our friends at TD Bank, through the TD Charitable Foundation, for their generous contribution as part of their Housing for Everyone initiative. Read more

Blitz Build 2014

On Friday, February 7th Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami and over 1,500 volunteers will begin our 16th Annual Blitz Build!
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Habitat Presents Miami-Dade County With $950,000+ Property Taxes

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami presents County leaders with property tax check. Read More

In Kind Donation Helps Rejuvenate Habitat Community

Jordan Commons, a Habitat community consisting of 187 homes, holds a special beauty due in large part to the more than 600 oak trees on the lands. As with all outdoor areas, the oak trees required trimming, thus generating an acre filled with huge piles of tangles branches. Read more.

Miami-Dade PD Teams Up With Habitat

Habitat neighborhood Jordan Commons played host to Safety and Information Day. Click here for full story.