Our vision: a world where everyone has a decent place to live

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity, the third-oldest Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the world, is an independent, nonprofit, ecumenical, Christian housing ministry that has served its community as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International since 1978 and has provided housing solutions for over 320 local families. We thank supporters that have shared our mission to build simple, safe, decent homes for families that need a hand up, not a hand out.

Veterans Build, November 10-11, 2017

We are pleased to announce our first event designed to bring veterans together to help build a Habitat home.
Registration and details are under the Events tab or here. Questions? Contact Louis, louis@seaislandhabitat.org.

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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 5 new photos — with Sandy Kelly Rozanski.

We always love having The Citadel volunteer with us! With their hard work today we were able to install a new drainage system for the home we are rehabbing. Before this yard would look like a pond after a good rain, but now it will all drain away.
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We always love having The Citadel volunteer with us! With their hard work today we were able to install a new drainage system for the home we are rehabbing. Before this yard would look like a pond after a good rain, but now it will all drain away.

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity shared their event.

To all military...we need you on Nov 10 or Nov 11! We are building a home for a Marine Corps veteran and her family. No construction experience necessary.
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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 5 new photos — with Holly Habitat and 2 others.

We had a wonderful night celebrating our volunteers at the St. Johns Yacht Harbor. We are so thankful for all the hardworking volunteers that have dedicated their time to help us fulfill our mission.

Recipients of Volunteer Awards:

ReStore Volunteer of the Year: Pam B.
Construction Volunteer of the Year: Howard S.
Administrative Volunteer of the Year: Carol S.
Committee Member Volunteer of the Year: Warren M.
Sturgell Family Volunteer of the Year: Mary W.
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We had a wonderful night celebrating our volunteers at the St. Johns Yacht Harbor. We are so thankful for all the hardworking volunteers that have dedicated their time to help us fulfill our mission.

Recipients of Volunteer Awards:

ReStore Volunteer of the Year: Pam B.
Construction Volunteer of the Year: Howard S.
Administrative Volunteer of the Year: Carol S. 
Committee Member Volunteer of the Year: Warren M.
Sturgell Family Volunteer of the Year: Mary W.

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2 weeks ago

Nice professional artists easel for sale at the ReStore! First $200 takes it home!

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 4 new photos.

Thanks so much to Liollio Architecture for volunteering with us today. They powered through some of the hardest work we have by digging the rest of the footer that Bank of America started yesterday.
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Thanks so much to Liollio Architecture for volunteering with us today. They powered through some of the hardest work we have by digging the rest of the footer that Bank of America started yesterday.

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity is with Holly Habitat and 2 others.

Executive director John Rhoden Jr. was all smiles this afternoon as Bank of America supplemented their dirt-moving efforts on a new foundation with a $22,500 check! This money will be used to help fund the 8 new homes we will build this year. Thank you!
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Executive director John Rhoden Jr. was all smiles this afternoon as Bank of America supplemented their dirt-moving efforts on a new foundation with a $22,500 check!  This money will be used to help fund the 8 new homes we will build this year.  Thank you!