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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.

1989 – Easley First United Methodist becomes first covenant church.

Members of Easley First UMC stand together after signing a covenant with PCHFH.

Easley First United Methodist Church becomes the first church to partner with Pickens County Habitat through a signed covenant to build and finance a Habitat home in Easley, SC.  The Vilane Gambrell family moved into the home in 1990 after more than 75 volunteers led by Claire Britt and Bill Sizemore worked on the house for several months.  More than ten churches in covenant agreements have partnered with Pickens County Habitat to build Habitat homes.