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Who We Are

Our History

Since 1981, Pickens County Habitat for Humanity has built or renovated more than 100 safe, decent, and affordable homes for more than 300 individuals in need.

1983 – First homes are completed.

A black and white illustration of PCHFH's first newly constructed home.

Pickens County Habitat’s first home-build was actually a renovation of an old general store, completed for homeowner Jessie Mae Hunter in Pickens.  The first brand-new home was built in 1983 for the Curtis and Albertine Collier family of seven in Clemson.