Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati brings people together to revitalize neighborhoods, to partner with hard-working, low-income families to be successful homeowners, and to inspire action that promotes affordable housing for everyone in our community. We have opportunities for everyone from all walks of life to get involved with the Habitat mission and we invite you to become a partner in our quest to eliminate substandard housing while revitalizing our communities one block, one street, and one neighborhood at a time.
Partners in Residential Redevelopment
Partners in Residential Redevelopment is a four-year initiative designed to utilize a proven responsibility-based homeownership model to target and revitalize residential areas of our community negatively impacted by crime, economic instability, and lack of homeownership.
Given the positive economic, community and workforce development impacts of Habitat homeownership and the expanded impact of the critical repair program, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati is actively engaged in neighborhood revitalization with architectural styles appropriate to the neighborhood and construction quality that will last for generations.
New Construction & Rehab Home Program
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati builds new houses, rehabs homes and provides critical repairs for low-income homeowners. We build with the help and generosity of sponsors, volunteer labor, financial contributions and donations of materials.
Anyone can sponsor the building or renovation of a Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati home – individuals, companies or members of the faith community. Sponsorship involvement can be designed to fit your needs.
Becoming a sponsor of a house is a unique and rewarding experience…one that will last for generations. Besides the rewarding experience of helping a family tun a house into a home, each sponsor can design their contribution and engagement to fit their needs.
Critical Repair Program
The Critical Home Repair program assists homeowners with critical repairs necessary to maintain and stay in their homes. Improvements made through the Critical Home Repair Corps program can be interior or exterior repairs that help homeowners alleviate critical health, life and safety issues or code violations. In additions, this program assists with accessibility modifications and plumbing, mechanical or electrical systems repairs or installations. This program keeps low-income homeowners in their homes while improving local property values to encourage neighborhood revitalization.
To learn more about all of these sponsorship and partnership opportunities, please contact Meredith Simpkins, Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513)482-5605.