Adopt-A-Family 2018

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The holidays can be an expensive time for hardworking families. Stretching the budget to find presents for everyone on their list can often mean scrimping on basic necessities like food. That’s why we started our annual Adopt-A-Family event: to provide families with a hand up during the holiday season.

Meet the 2018-2019 Habitat LA AmeriCorps

Frank Magnotta, Ryan Siess, Ben Benya, Caitlin Rose, Danielle Corpus and Ashley Arias

Above from left to right: Frank Magnotta, Ryan Siess, Ben Benya, Caitlin Rose, Danielle Corpus and Ashley Arias Habitat LA’s 2018-2019 class of AmeriCorps spent a day last month at Food Forward, a food pantry in the Watts neighborhood, sorting and distributing fresh organic produce to families in need. “It’s part of Habitat LA’s efforts to get our AmeriCorps involved …

Attention Low-Income Homeowners in the City of Whittier!

Do you need home repairs that you can’t perform yourself? Habitat LA has partnered with the City of Whittier to provide needy homeowners up to $5,000 in home renovations to address health, safety, and security issues around the house.

Help Repair Homes For Homeowners in Need

Have you ever wanted to learn how to renovate a bathroom or replace a roof? Or do you already have these skills? If so, you might be interested in volunteering with our Home Preservation program. This program serves existing homeowners who may be unable to perform repairs that will allow them to remain in their own homes.

Giving Just Got Easier For Retired Federal Employees

Are you a current or retired federal employee? If so, you can make tax-deductible contributions to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) through the Combined Federal Campaign, the world’s most inclusive workplace giving program.

Make Room for the New: Donate to Habitat LA ReStores

The holidays are a perfect time to treat yourself to a new couch, upgrade your washer and dryer, or find that rug that really ties the whole room together. But what to do with your old items? Donate them to the Habitat LA ReStores.

December Volunteer of the Month

Carlos Valdez first caught what we call “Habititis” two years ago, when his local congregation, St. James Catholic Church of Redondo Beach, came out for a build day.

Home for the Holidays

The 2018 holiday season is a little bit more heartwarming than usual for our four Clarke Estates partner families. The Chavez, Hayes, Nall, and Ortiz families all moved into their Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) houses just in time to celebrate the holidays in their new homes.

2018 Habitat for Heroes

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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) celebrated Veterans Day throughout the week leading up to November 11, 2018, with a variety of events engaging and supporting current and former members of the armed services.

Habitat LA Continues to Help Those Impacted by the Creek Fire

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles’s (Habitat LA) 2017 expansion into the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, and Antelope Valleys took us into new territory in more ways than one. In addition to doubling our service area, the expansion enabled us to respond to the needs of homeowners whose properties were destroyed or damaged by the Creek Fire in December …