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Service Areas

Founded in 1984, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha builds and renovates homes, advocates for better laws and regulations and partners with those who share our vision, “a world where everyone has a decent place to live.” We started our work in Omaha and expanded to Washington County in 2007, Waterloo in 2014, Burt County in 2016 and Sarpy County in 2020.

By expanding our service area, we are able to increase the impact of our mission throughout the greater Omaha area. This means that more families gain access to financial and homeowner readiness programs, affordable home improvement solutions, and first-time homeownership opportunities as we help to grow and maintain our community’s stock of quality, affordable homes.


Learn more about our service areas:

Burt County

In 2016 Burt County established its first Habitat for Humanity chapter as an extension of Habitat for Humanity of Omaha. The Burt County Habitat Chapter serves residents in Tekamah, Craig, Oakland, Decatur, and Lyons, Nebraska.

Partnership Opportunities for Families

Are you a homeowner in Burt County in need of an exterior home repair? Habitat Omaha’s Burt County Chapter can help low-income families through no-interest home repair loans or through volunteer-led minor exterior repair project completion.

Learn More and Get Involved

To learn more about how you can get involved in helping to organize, volunteer, or sponsor this chapter, contact Area Director Kenneth Mar at (402) 884-5975 or

Donate Now

If you are interested in helping financially support Habitat Omaha’s work in Burt County, donate online now! Funds donated to the Burt County Habitat Chapter will be used to support projects solely in Burt County.


Founded in 1984, Habitat for Humanity of Omaha has been building and renovating homes primarily in North and South Omaha neighborhoods ever since. We partner with local families who want to become first-time homeowners but have been unable to secure a loan through more traditional means. We also offer affordable loans to homeowners in need of critical home repairs.

Affordable Homeownership in Omaha

Are you interested in becoming a first-time homeowner? Habitat Omaha can help you make this dream affordable and attainable. To learn more about the qualifications and program specifics visit our Homeownership page.

Affordable Home Repairs in Omaha

Are you in need of home repairs? Habitat Omaha can help make the repair process affordable and less stressful. To learn more about the qualifications and program specifics visit our Home Repair page.

Get Involved

We have a variety of ways for individuals and groups to get involved with the Habitat Omaha mission. To find out how you and/or your organization can help visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

Donate Now

If you’d like to make a financial contribution to help support our mission visit our Donate Now page. If you’d prefer to make an in-kind donation, please visit our Donation Wish List page or check out our Amazon Wish List.

Sarpy County

Habitat for Humanity has been helping to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter in Sarpy County since 1994. By partnering with first-time homeowners, members of the faith community, local businesses, and neighbors who believe in our vision—a world where everyone has a decent place to live—we are able to expand access to homeownership in our area.

In July 2020, Habitat Sarpy County and Habitat Omaha united under the name “Habitat for Humanity of Omaha” to build opportunity by further expanding access to homeownership, home improvement resources, and financial planning and homeowner readiness programs throughout Burt, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington counties.

Through this partnership, we have combined the infrastructure, resources and dedicated volunteers and advocates from both organizations to better serve our community.

Get Involved


Habitat is about more than swinging a hammer—though that’s important too! We rely on the dedication and generosity of our volunteers to further our mission. In order to expand access to quality homeownership opportunities that families can afford, we have a wide variety of opportunities available for volunteers from all walks of life. Learn more about how you can volunteer now.

Faith Partner Opportunities

Faith partners are the cornerstone of Habitat Omaha’s ministry to end poverty housing. From Faith Coalitions coming together to sponsor and build homes, to Prayer Partners who help lift up our mission, there are many ways to serve. If your congregation or faith organization of any religion or denomination is interested in finding out more about partnership opportunities with Habitat Omaha, please contact Becky Vinton at or 402-884-2499.

Corporate Partnership Opportunities

It takes financial and volunteer support to build homes. Your company can partner with Habitat Omaha to support our work in Sarpy County and the surrounding area in a variety of ways. From sponsoring an event, making a corporate contribution, signing up for a Team Build Day and more—you and your company can make a lasting impact in our community. To learn more about how you can get involved, contact Becky Vinton at or 402-884-2499.

Everyone deserves a decent place to live. Your gift helps provide Sarpy County families in need of a quality home they can afford the opportunity to purchase their first house. With your support, we’ll continue to expand access to homeownership throughout our community. Donate now.

Sarpy County Office Location

Visits to our Bellevue office are by appointment only. To request an appointment, please contact us at 402-457-5657.

Our Sarpy County office is located at Bellevue University:
812 Bruin Blvd., Bellevue, NE 68005

Washington County

The Washington County Habitat for Humanity is an extension of Habitat Omaha. Since the first Habitat house was built in Blair, Nebraska in 2007, the Washington County community has been coming together to build quality, affordable homes in partnership with hardworking families.

Learn More and Get Involved

To learn more about our Washington County builds or to volunteer, contact Area Director Kenneth Mar at (402) 884-5975 or

Donate Now

Help support our work in Blair by donating to our Washington County build now.


Since 2014, Habitat Omaha has extended its homeownership program to include a home build in Waterloo, Nebraska, west of the Omaha metro area. Churches and businesses in Western Douglas County have come together to sponsor and build this home each year beginning in July.

Learn More and Get Involved

To learn more about how you can get involved with this build, contact Area Director Kenneth Mar at or (402) 884-5975.

Donate Now

If you are interested in financially supporting our Waterloo build, donate online now!

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