Over 25 years, GAHH has partnered with 166 families, individuals, businesses, and organizations to build safe, affordable, and energy-efficient homes. Habitat homes are offered to low-income, financially stable families who are unable to improve their living situation in today’s housing market. Homes are sold to qualified families at no profit to the affiliate and with zero interest mortgages spread over 20 years.
In 2002, GAHH opened ReStore, a retail operation designed to generate operating funds by selling used donated items for the home. The income covers our operating expenses and the Building Houses Program. ReStore is open 6 days per week and creates a win–win situation for shoppers, the affiliate, and our low-income homeowners, neighbors and friends.
In 2012, it became necessary to relocate ReStore and the administrative offices because our existing lease expires soon. This creates an opportunity for us to move to a more visible and central location with easy access, ample parking, more square footage, and a safer environment for customers and staff.
After an extensive period of studying and planning, the GAHH Board of Directors has determined a goal of $500,000 to be raised through a capital campaign – Reaching New Heights – to cover moving costs. The board and individual donors have already committed to this challenge and we are well underway to raising needed funds. Please help us relocate to a better setting to continue serving you, our partner families, and the community. The relocation fosters continued growth enabling us to increase the number of homes we build.
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Our challenge is great. We need your help. Thank you.