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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.

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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
    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.

40 in 40 Blog

Since its beginnings, Habitat for Humanity has been grounded in principles of faith. The nonprofit’s mission, to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope, has served as a constant guide for the Pickens County Habitat for Humanity staff and volunteers. One way that this faith-based mission has been carried out in the South Carolina Upstate is through local church participation in Habitat projects. These churches have participated in a local Apostles Build, helped on the Pickens County Habitat for Humanity at Clemson University (Campus Chapter) Homecoming Build and have served overseas with Habitat.

A faith partnership with PCHFH encompasses various acts of support, such as assisting in building homes and fundraising from those who feel called to join the housing ministry of Habitat. Such a partnership is often formed with a “biblical mandate” on the hearts of those who get involved. They are called to make their faith active by demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ, which includes helping those less fortunate meet their basic needs.

Samantha worked hard to become a homeowner -extra hard. She remembers riding her bike in the rain to help build her home with PCHFH volunteers. Many years later, Samantha lives comfortably and securely thanks to Habitat for Humanity and her determination.

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