Our Story – HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF LOUISA COUNTY
Habitat for Humanity of Louisa County, VA was founded as a chapter of Habitat for Humanity Greater Charlottesville Chapter. Since 2001, Louisa County Habitat for Humanity has been building and renovating houses for qualified residents.
Within a year of our founding, Louisa County Habitat for Humanity built its first house. Since then, this organization has built or renovated at least one home per year. The goal is to increase the number of projects until no family lives in substandard housing.
Through the work of dedicated volunteers, and help from community churches, organizations, businesses, individuals and schools, we’ve been able to provide affordable housing for low-income Louisa County families.
True to our vision, we are committed to “A World Where Everyone Has a Decent Place to Live.” The homes we provide for low-income families can make a life-changing difference. Decent, affordable housing can provide families a fresh beginning and brighter future.
We are extremely proud to be a valuable Louisa County resource and a vital presence in the community. We welcome your donations and volunteerism!
Habitat for Humanity adheres to the Federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act, which prohibits us from discriminating against credit applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, age.