Making a difference in Pickens County.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
We build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.
Affordable housing plays a critical role in creating strong and stable communities. Pickens County Habitat for Humanity partners with people in our local community to help them build a place they can call home forever.
Tabitha * Moved into her Habitat home in 2020
The main thing that Habitat means to me is stability, not only in just a home but also for the future, for the future of my daughter, for the future of my family. Which is also the future for our communities and our world in general.
How We Build Community Blog
Pickens County Habitat for Humanity celebrated a new Home Dedication for the Bramlett family! Amanda Bramlett and her two children moved into their new home in February and are continuing to settle in. PCHFH staff, board members and volunteers joined together on March 26 to celebrate the new Bramlett home alongside their family and friends.
The Homecoming Build of 2021 led to an unexpected opportunity for Pickens County Habitat for Humanity, when Michael Nieri pledged to build a second house on Bowman Field during the 2022 Homecoming Build. Nieri is founder, owner and president of Great Southern Homes. He is also a Clemson University alumnus who invests in various local projects. In 2021, he contributed $50,000 as a cornerstone gift for the PCHFH 40th Anniversary Build.
Over the past few months, our PCHFH family has grieved the loss of two staunch supporters and long-time volunteers with the passing of Dr. Dennis Bausman and Dr. Joe Dickerson. Both of these fine men were involved with PCHFH for more than 25 years, supporting the organization through their leadership as members of our board of directors, build site supervisors and volunteers, and faithful financial donors.