Featured Opportunity #PopeFrancisHouse

  Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami is proud to be among the communities selected for the construction of a home honoring Pope Francis. With a very generous donation from an out of state donor, Habitat Miami will be building a Liberty City home in partnership with the Ross family, who will work alongside volunteers and will be purchasing the home upon its completion. View more details here.
 

Habitat Happenings

Mayor Carlos Gimenez Annual Golf Classic

Join us on November 13th in a day of celebration and fundraising at The Biltmore Hotel & Golf course at our annual Mayor Carlos Gimenez Annual Golf Classic. We will see you there! Read More

Habitat Young Professionals

Habitat Young Professionals (HYP) is an extension of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami who seeks to bring together socially conscious young professionals in the Miami area to support our mission. As a member of Habitat Young Professionals, you will receive invitations to our members’ only events, discounted admission at HYP events, and the option to take on a leadership role. Click here to learn more about upcoming events or become a member. 

Fowler White Burnett Helps Build at Habitat Landings

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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

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.

30 Years of the Carter Work Project
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