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 an event.

On Saturday, September 30, 2017, Sea Island Habitat for Humanity will host its second annual "House That Beer Built" event. Last year, more than 100 beer drinkers came together to enjoy live music, good food, and some specially-prepared "Habitat Beers" from 9 local breweries. This year, we hope to have even more breweries on site, showcasing their brewing skills through their Habitat Beer creations.

**More details to come**

Admission is FREE, and 100% of proceeds from beer tastings will be directed toward purchasing construction materials for our next home!

The location is Bohemian Bull Beer Garden at 1531 Folly Road (James Island).

The event runs 4-9 pm.
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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 6 new photos.

We are laying 3 new foundations this week! That's 3 new homes that will be in our neighborhood, Heritage Oaks. We can't wait to put our homeowners in them. Exciting times!
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We are laying 3 new foundations this week! Thats 3 new homes that will be in our neighborhood, Heritage Oaks. We cant wait to put our homeowners in them. Exciting times!

Homeowner Wednesday! Meet Mr. James Grant. A graduate of St. Johns High School, he now works with Durham Bus Services for Charleston County School District as a school bus driver and mechanic. He is excited to own his new home right here on Johns Island. Pictured is Mr. Grant with his son, James IV. Mr. Grant has 3 kids and 3 grandchildren. Kind and patient are 2 words the staff at Sea Island Habitat would use to explain Mr. Grant. In his spare time, he likes watching old Law and Order episodes. We love having Mr. Grant in our Habitat Family! ... See MoreSee Less

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Homeowner Wednesday! Meet Mr. James Grant. A graduate of St. Johns High School, he now works with Durham Bus Services for Charleston County School District as a school bus driver and mechanic. He is excited to own his new home right here on Johns Island. Pictured is Mr. Grant with his son, James IV. Mr. Grant has 3 kids and 3 grandchildren. Kind and patient are 2 words the staff at Sea Island Habitat would use to explain Mr. Grant. In his spare time, he likes watching old Law and Order episodes. We love having Mr. Grant in our Habitat Family!

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity added 3 new photos.

Need a summer project? This boat is waiting for you! We've got a 1992 Grady White, 19ft dual console for sale! Solid boat with an amazing reputation. We will even throw in the 2001 Yamaha 150hp motor for free (it's not working). First $2,500 takes it home!
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Need a summer project? This boat is waiting for you! Weve got a 1992 Grady White, 19ft dual console for sale! Solid boat with an amazing reputation. We will even throw in the 2001 Yamaha 150hp motor for free (its not working). First $2,500 takes it home!

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity shared Channel 4 News's 92-year-old Jimmy Carter returns to work after hospital stay.

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President Carter is the man...
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President Jimmy Carter went straight back to building homes for those in need after being taken to hospital for dehydration. The 92-year-old still keeps a busy schedule.

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