Welcome to Habitat for Humanity of El Paso

We are Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, an affiliate of the globally recognized organization, Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit, Christian based organization, dedicated to providing affordable housing to people in El Paso County.

We do this by recruiting and involving companies and volunteers that generously contribute their time, talents, materials and money to build and renovate houses for low income families.

We do not provide housing for free, but rather make the cost of housing and financing more affordable to those who are able to take on a mortgage payment, and who are willing to contribute their own time and labor to the effort.   We view this as a “hand up”, not a “hand out”

Habitat for Humanity of El Paso was established in 1989. It has since built over 60 homes; rehabbed 18 houses and is making repairs to several more that have placed eligible low-income families in our homeowner program…the key to breaking the cycle of poverty for many.

Thanks to Our Supporters

It takes many people and a lot of resources to complete our projects.   We thank our many supporters who help us to make dreams come true.  To give you a sense of the effort, follow this link.New

News – Habitat for Humanity of El Paso

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El Paso Giving Day 2021

Help Habitat for Humanity of El Paso contributing on El Paso Giving Day, October 21, 2021. To contribute, CLICK HERE.  

Thanks to our Supporters

Wells Fargo donates $15,000

Wells Fargo donates $15,000 to Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, Inc. to help a disabled vet and his family in El Paso to construct a home that will provide decent, affordable housing Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, Inc. is one of more than 220 Habitat organizations awarded a grant from Wells Fargo as ... Read more

Habitat Receives grants for Tub to Shower Modifications

Habitat for the past three years has sought to address a need for safety among elderly individuals and individuals with disabilities.  Many elderly or disabled individuals are unable to safely bathe due to their inability to be able to step over a tub to take a shower. In order to remedy this safety problem Habitat ... Read more

Habitat Tub to Shower Program receives grants totaling $39,500

Habitat’s mission is to build safe, affordable homes and to make critical home repairs to existing homes so the homeowner can safely remain in their home. Based on the type of request we receive for home repairs; Habitat has found there is a critical need in El Paso for elderly or handicapped individuals to make ... Read more
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