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. Details and registration coming soon. Contact louis@seaislandhabitat.org for more information.

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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 2 new photos.

No better way to start the day then with a good relay race!

This week we have a hard working group of volunteers from Lewinsville Presbyterian Church
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No better way to start the day then with a good relay race! 

This week we have a hard working group of volunteers from Lewinsville Presbyterian Church

The Mennonites have been visiting Sea Island Habitat for 9 years, each year helping families in our island community with their construction skills and donations. This year was especially meaningful, as they were missing a key member of their group, Phil Weber. They remembered their terminally ill brother with t-shirts saying "This One's for Phil." They spent the week working on a Habitat home. Materials were funded partially by a large donation Phil made to Habitat in January. Thank you to Phil and to these great men. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Mennonites have been visiting Sea Island Habitat for 9 years, each year helping families in our island community with their construction skills and donations.  This year was especially meaningful, as they were missing a key member of their group, Phil Weber.  They remembered their terminally ill brother with t-shirts saying This Ones for Phil.  They spent the week working on a Habitat home.  Materials were funded partially by a large donation Phil made to Habitat in January.  Thank you to Phil and to these great men.

Why are your donations of time and money to Sea Island Habitat so important? Because in our service area, there are over 3000 families in need of affordable housing! We are striving to make this number less every day! Thank you for your help! ... See MoreSee Less

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Why are your donations of time and money to Sea Island Habitat so important? Because in our service area, there are over 3000 families in need of affordable housing! We are striving to make this number less every day! Thank you for your help!

Even after being run off last year by Hurricane Matthew, this Global Village team has returned to spend the week with us volunteering on Tashena's home. ... See MoreSee Less

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Even after being run off last year by Hurricane Matthew, this Global Village team has returned to spend the week with us volunteering on Tashenas home.

Tashena, our Women Build Homeowner, has been working hard every Wednesday and Saturday to finish her sweat equity hours. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tashena, our Women Build Homeowner, has been working hard every Wednesday and Saturday to finish her sweat equity hours.

Want to see inside our current Sea Island Habitat Build? Click on this quick video we took to give you a look inside! Thanks for all you do to help change lives. ... See MoreSee Less

We wanted to give you a look into our current Habitat Build so you can see first hand how your donations are changing lives!

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