This year’s Home Builders Blitz holds special meaning as Habitat for Humanity of Omaha’s fourth and final time hosting the house building extravaganza in Kountze Park.
Habitat Omaha Stories
From volunteering and donating to purchasing homes, shopping at Omaha’s Habitat ReStore and so much more, people partner with Habitat for Humanity of Omaha in a variety of ways. It’s these people who shape Habitat Omaha and help us as we strive to achieve our vision, “a world where everyone has a decent place to live”. Learn more about Habitat Omaha and find out how you can get involved by reading their stories.
Guest blogger Stephanie Dubinsky concludes her chronicles of the Habitat Omaha Global Village trip to Cape Town.
Community strength and individual empowerment are fundamental outcomes of Habitat Omaha’s work to build quality, affordable homes. Our new Apprenticeship Program allows us to continue our commitment to these results through our role as a Nebraska employer.
Volunteer Stephanie Dubinsky continues her chronicles of the Habitat Omaha Global Village trip to Cape Town in part 2 of her 3-part guest blog series.
Experience Habitat Omaha’s recent Global Village trip to Cape Town, South Africa, through the eyes and adventures of volunteer and guest blogger Stephanie Dubinsky.
How affordable is housing? Test your knowledge with our Q-and-A.
Phylis’ street was revitalized during the year’s first Rock the Block held in Omaha’s Minne Lusa neighborhood. She shared a letter, reflecting on how the experience has changed her home, her neighborhood and her outlook.
Habitat Omaha and the Omaha Housing Authority’s partnership puts affordable homeownership opportunities in reach for more Omahans.
A stable home big enough to fit her family was Nyachoch’s goal. With five children and one granddaughter, Nyachoch knew she had to find a five-bedroom home to keep her family together. Now, almost two years later, Nyachoch looks at her home with pride.
Nobody knows Omaha neighborhoods better than the people who call them home. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Elvin Siebert who has lived in North Omaha’s Belvedere Point neighborhood for nearly 50 years. A community activist at heart, he discussed life in this historic area and his hopes for the future of the neighborhood he loves.