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The Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity is a volunteer-driven organization. We welcome people from all walks of life to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with God and families in need. Although the vast majority have no construction experience or building skills, volunteers are involved in most phases of construction. By working side-by-side with the family who will live in the house, our volunteers experience for themselves the joy created when a family is able to realize their dream of homeownership.


Volunteers are vital to the mission of the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity. Since 2010, over 973 volunteers contributed over 5,838 hours on Habitat Savannah's construction sites and over 3,000 volunteers contributed over 14,000 hours at ReStore Savannah. These numbers are staggering. Without an army of volunteers we could not build homes and continue to make them affordable for our homeowners. Volunteers are drawn to Habitat Savannah's mission of building simple, decent and affordable homes from all over the country as well as from right here in the Coastal Empire. Thank you to the young and the not-so-young who have selflessly given of their time and talent to build a better life for your neighbors.

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Community support is vital to maintaining the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity's mission of eliminating poverty housing. To reach our goal of building simple, decent and affordable homes throughout the Coastal Empire it takes more than manpower- it takes dollars. Habitat Savannah has been able to continuously build homes for the last 31 years thanks to the generosity of countless corporations, local businesses, churches, and individuals like you and me. At Habitat Savannah we are committed to changing communities- one family- one house at a time. Please consider donating to the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity today.

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Safe Home = Healthy Child

Five-year-old Aretha* lived in a crime-ridden area of East Savannah where she was accustomed to hearing the occasional sound of gunfire or watching "deals" being made on the corner. Her great grandmother, Rosie*, tried to shield her great granddaughter from the violence outside their home until all that changed one evening when ...READ MORE

Home Ownership = The Key to Education

Tamika*, a single mom, continues to work two-part time jobs to make ends meet. Tamika is the mother of two young boys: Jonathan*, an 11 year-old middle schooler, and Devin*, a 17 year-old high schooler. Devin also works a part-time job after school to help his mother with the bills. Both boys are very athletic. Tamika keeps them in organized sports to keep them off the streets where they ...READ MORE

Generational Wealth Begins at Home

The Johnson* family always worked hard and tried to save to buy a fair market home, but it always seemed that they could never get ahead. Mr. Johnson worked long hours as a deck hand on a local shrimp boat while his wife cared for the children. He provided for his family from the time they settled in Savannah. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson managed to raise their two children- Stacey* and Michael*- on their modest income, but ...READ MORE