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Meet Aliciá and Lorelei, New Habitat Faces

2024-03-05T15:11:09-08:00March 8th, 2024|

Meet Lorelei and Aliciá, new additions to the Habitat for Humanity team!With a passion for advocating and improving affordable housing, Lorelei joins us eager to make a difference in the community. Her background includes volunteering with a focus on educating college students about autonomy and healthy relationships, which honed her outreach and communication skills. Lorelei is excited

Investment Fund Celebrates Milestones

2024-02-06T15:08:04-08:00February 14th, 2024|

We are thrilled to share a momentous achievement in our journey towards affordable housing. San Diego Habitat is proud to announce the successful repayment of the $1.8 million Homebuilding Investment Fund I, marking a significant milestone in our financial stewardship. Launched in 2018, this fund mobilized over $2 million from philanthropic investors and donors to

2023 Holiday Schedule for ReStores and Admin Offices

2023-12-12T17:52:12-08:00December 15th, 2023|

San Diego Habitat administrative offices and area ReStore locations will be closed for a few select days this holiday season to allow our hardworking employees a peaceful and restful holiday season. Happy holidays! The administrative offices will be closed:Monday, December 25–Friday, December 29 Monday, January 1 The ReStore will be closed:Saturday, December 23 Saturday,

Meet Grace and Devonna, Our Newest San Diego Habitat Team Members

2023-11-13T17:22:42-08:00November 10th, 2023|

Please join us in extending a warm Habitat hello to Devonna and Grace, newest additions to our growing team! A seasoned, bilingual communications strategist, Devonna brings more than two decades of experience working at the intersection of community and public policy and most recently served as the Director of Communications and Binational Affairs for the Chairwoman

Habitat Selected as Recipient of Bank of America Grant

2023-11-13T17:20:46-08:00October 10th, 2023|

We are thrilled to announce we’ve been selected a recipient of this year's Neighborhood Builders grant from Bank of America to advance economic mobility through a unique combination of $200,000 in flexible funding and leadership development training. This transformative grant will help San Diego Habitat increase capacity and enable us to build larger, multifamily developments, delivering affordable

Celebrating a Year of Shared Successes

2023-09-11T14:25:16-07:00September 22nd, 2023|

We're pleased to share some exciting highlights from our recent annual staff celebration held at Mira Mesa Community Park earlier this month! It was a day filled with laughter, camaraderie, pizza, and a dash of friendly competition — the perfect recipe to cultivate the sense of community we’ve built as affordable housing advocates and celebrate our

FY2022 Annual Report: Building More Than Houses

2023-03-01T12:59:30-08:00January 4th, 2023|

Your support helped build more than houses last year. It takes resources, dedication, creative solutions, and people like you to help alleviate our region's affordable housing crisis. We know it won't be solved overnight, but together, we made strides toward building better life stories alongside some amazing local families this year. And we are

Grants Awarded from San Diego County Supervisors

2022-09-12T14:48:58-07:00September 28th, 2022|

San Diego Habitat has received grants from several of our San Diego County Supervisors that will help us continue building and repairing homes. Vice Chair Nora Vargas (District 1) provided a $20,000 Community Enhancement Program (CEP) Grant to support construction operations, and another Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) Grant of $15,000 to support the construction of 6

Op-Ed: Homeownership and Families of Color

2022-05-09T17:21:41-07:00March 31st, 2022|

ICYMI: Last month, the San Diego Union Tribune published an op-ed penned by San Diego Habitat President and CEO, Kwofi Reed, addressing Black History Month and the challenges that remain in providing affordable homeownership to San Diegans of color due to historically discriminatory housing policy — and the unique role Habitat can play in

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