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Home Run for Habitat

Home Run for Habitat

We’re teaming up with our friends at Consumers Energy to change lives through homeownership! The Home Run for Habitat program runs through the end of the Major League Baseball regular season. We’re excited to announce that Consumers Energy will donate $1 for every $2 raised, up to $100,000 this year – that’s more impact in… Read more »

Home Depot DIY Home Maintenance Workshop

Home Depot Home Maintenance Workshop Flyer

Join us on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at The Home Depot in Auburn Hills from 10AM-1PM for a free DIY Home Maintenance Workshop with hands-on demonstrations and more! Topics include: Roofing, Gutters & Weatherizing Water Heaters & Appliances Landscaping & Gardening This event is being brought to you by the City of Auburn Hills, The… Read more »

Home Depot DIY Home Maintenance Workshop

Home Depot DIY Home Maintenance Workshop

Join us on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at The Home Depot in Orion Twp from 10AM-1PM for a free DIY Home Maintenance Workshop with hands-on demonstrations and more! Topics include: Heating/cooling and plumbing Yard work/smoke detectors Gutters/downspouts and storm doors Register Here

New Community Service Model at Capitol

Michigan State Rep. Jim Tedder of the 43rd District welcomed My Habitat Clarkston representatives to the State Capitol to showcase their community service model that is driving community volunteerism, neighborhood revitalization and economic development throughout north Oakland County. Rep. Tedder hosted the group in the Speaker’s Conference Room in the Capitol with invited representatives from… Read more »

ReStore Pontiac Grand Re-Opening

Seeking Donations from Oakland County Residences and Businesses Pontiac, MI –   Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County has assumed ownership of two ReStore locations – home improvement outlets – in Farmington and Pontiac, which sell furniture, cabinets, appliances, paint and other such home improvement supplies.   All proceeds from ReStores of Oakland County now will directly… Read more »

Adopt a Habitat Oakland County Family for the Holidays

Each year, our staff celebrates the holidays with our partner homeowners and their families with dinner, games, crafts, and time with Santa. This year, 68 families will be attending the event – nearly 300 people on Friday, Dec. 2nd!   Would you like to spread some holiday love? Please call our office at 248-338-1843 and ask… Read more »

ReStores Having Super Summer Sale NOW!

Shoppers Needed in Farmington and Pontiac to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle! Starting this Saturday, MAJOR donation drives are occurring at the Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County ReStores , 28575 Grand River, Farmington (across from the old Botsford Hospital) and 150 Osmun, Pontiac (right turn off Woodward Ave).  Shoppers are welcome to purchase the new arrival… Read more »

Rock the Block – Pontiac Neighborhood Revitalization July 13-14

Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County staff and volunteers have expanded services to now revitalize targeted neighborhoods by offering affordable minor home repairs to qualified homeowners – the new program is called Rock the Block. Rock the Block, is occurring on July 13-14 in a Pontiac neighborhood (detailed map attached) with residents of 25 homes… Read more »

New Home Dedication for Veteran and Cancer Survivor

WXYZ-TV 7 covered the home dedication for Monica Munir, an Army veteran and cancer survivor, She received the keys to her new Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County home last week. Thank you to all of our volunteers and sponsors for helping Monica become a homeowner.   Click here for this great story of building strength, stability and self-reliance through… Read more »

New Wheelchair Ramp for Berea Tabernacle, Pontiac

Members of Berea Family Tabernacle of Faith (some of whom happen to be Habitat Oakland partner homebuyers) contacted staff at Habitat Oakland County requesting partnership on the construction of a new 50’ foot wheelchair ramp into their church facility Corporate partners from Apex Tool, ThyssenKrupp and Faurecia and their respective volunteers jumped into construction of… Read more »