Entries by Habitat Broward

Women Step Up to Make Dreams Come True

Last month, Habitat Broward held its last of three women day builds to empower women to address the affordable housing crisis in our community. Collectively, over 330 women (and men!) worked side by side to build modest, energy-efficient homes in A Rick Case Habitat Community. The Community will be the first of its kind in […]

One Woman’s Legacy Helps Family Achieve Dream of Home

Patrice and Antron Jones are happily settled into their Habitat home after moving from rental to rental for years, in search of an affordable place to call home. Patrice and Antron both work full-time for a major grocery store. But even their combined, full-time wages could not secure them a decent home. They have three […]

High School Students Help Sponsor Home

Give an overachiever a strong, sustainable mission with direction and support and the end result will be over the top success.  Meet Matthew Liebman, a senior at Cypress Bay High School who formed a campus chapter three years ago. Today it has 400 members. Matthew and the campus chapter members have worked tirelessly fundraising for Habitat […]

Project Shoebox

We need your help! Habitat Broward’s Y.E.P. Youth Empowerment Program is working with United Way of Broward County to help collect essential items for chronically homeless people to be placed in apartments. United Way of Broward County is helping ensure these individuals receive the mental health and medical services they need to remain off the […]

Fact Sheet: Women Build Mother and Daughter Day

WHEN: Saturday, April 27, 2019 | 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Rick Case Habitat Community in Pompano Beach (1400 NW 6th Avenue, Pompano Beach, FL.) WHAT:  Women Build is Habitat for Humanity’s initiative to empower women to address the affordable housing crisis in our community. The event is a fundraiser and friend-raiser for Habitat […]

Fact Sheet: A Rick Case Habitat Community

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL: Since its founding in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller, the grassroots movement of Habitat for Humanity has grown from improving the housing conditions on a small Georgia farm to empowering nearly 10 million people worldwide to meet their housing needs. The Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project has helped to […]

Preserve Sadowski Fund Op-Ed Featured on Sun Sentinel

Source: Sun Sentinel | Author: Nancy Robin, Habitat Broward CEO | Published: April 1, 2019 Our Broward representatives in Tallahassee are united in their resolve to preserve Florida’s affordable housing trust fund, the Sadowski Fund, which has been raided by lawmakers since 2002 for other purposes. Click here to read the full article.