Habitat CFC Resiliency Fund

We can't let down families depending on our program to build a safe, stable place to call home. Now more than ever, we need you to give with all of your heart!

'Stay Home, Stay Safe'
For too many local families, home is not the safe sanctuary that it should be.

While our construction sites are closed, we know that the need for a safe and stable place to call home has never been more critical. As we look forward to the day when we will build together again, the Habitat network will continue to advocate for affordable housing and prepare to hit the ground running when we are able to reopen.

Habitat CFC is deeply concerned about the impact COVID-19 will have on the families we serve. With canceled fundraisers and volunteer groups, Habitat CFC's budget has taken a hit we never could have predicted. This is devastating to the progress we wanted to make on building homes this year. We cannot let down the families relying on the hand up that our program offers. Now more than ever, please help Habitat CFC help families build a safe and stable place to call home.

We currently have 17 families in the Habitat Homeownership Program working their "sweat equity" hours, and several more applicants in the queue waiting to hear if they've been accepted to buy a Habitat home. Every single one of them is in desperate need of an affordable place to call home, especially now.

We know that with so many families facing lost wages and increased uncertainty, housing will be more critical than ever. The families in our program, and those that are applying, do not have the luxury of a backup plan.

Please donate today so families won't have to wait one extra day to build a safe and stable place to call home.

Stay safe and be well.

Dr. Cathy Collins - CEO
Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County


Did you know?
Habitat homes are sold to partner families for no profit and are financed with an affordable mortgage.

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About the Organization

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County (Habitat CFC) is a nonprofit organization that builds communities and improves lives by eliminating sub-standard housing and creating affordable homeownership possibilities for families in Fairfield County. Habitat CFC has a well-earned reputation for success in transforming abandoned properties into homes for tax-paying, contributing community members throughout the region. Since 1985, Habitat CFC has dedicated over 260 homes helping over 1,000 family members in Fairfield County.