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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.

1991 – PCHFH celebrates 10 years.

A red vintage Habitat for Humanity logo made of illustrated bricks and a roof.

More than 400 people turned out to celebrate Pickens County Habitat’s 10th anniversary with barbeque at Easley Presbyterian Church.  Other highlights of the year include: a joint covenant of three churches formed to build a home together, six homes began simultaneously, and Joe Dickerson – 2020 Have a Heart for Habitat Award Recipient – became Pickens County Habitat’s Board President.