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Every helping hand makes a difference

While the vast majority of Americans feel stable and secure in their current situation, housing insecurity touches nearly half of adults at some point in their lives. More than half of all adults say they have made at least one trade-off in order to cover their rent or mortgage. Such trade-offs may include taking second jobs, cutting back on health care and healthy food, and moving to less safe neighborhoods.

Through your support, families in your community and around the world partner with Habitat for Humanity to build strength, stability, and independence they need for a better future. Whether it be through a donation, volunteering during our build events, Interfaith Build, Collegiate Challenge Build, or Women Build or one of our special events, our annual Walk-A-Thon, or rappelling down a building, the opportunities for support are endless. Your financial support, your time, or your voice help to create a world where everyone has a safe place to build a future!

Upcoming Events

Collegiate Builds

Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley hosts groups from local colleges for build days throughout the year. Each spring we participate in the Collegiate Challenge Program in which colleges throughout the country spend their school breaks making a difference through a week of building! Read More

Faith Build

Though Habitat has Christian roots, we welcome all faiths to come together to help families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Read More


Each year students, community groups and individuals come together to raise awareness and funds for Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley at our Annual Walk-a-Thon. Read More


When you sign-up for one of our special events, you have a desire to help one of our partner families achieve that feeling of empowerment. Read More

Women Build

Women Build challenges women of all walks of life to help eliminate poverty housing. Read More