Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut (HFHECT) is a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit Christian housing organization. Vision, Mission and Mission Principles The organization relies on citizen engagement and is open to people of all faiths or no faith, who together with a hammer and nails can overcome differences to build a stronger community.
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut office will be closed Monday, May 30.
The Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut ReStores and Construction sites will be closed Saturday, May 28.
Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut has three part time positions available at our Plainfield Restore. Below are the position descriptions and a job application form. Thank you for your interest.
Plainfield Restore Key Holder - one opening
Plainfield ReStore Donation Driver/Pickup Associates - two openings
Saturday, June 18, 2016
8 Winsor Ave. Plainfield CT 06374
All are welcome. No RSVP needed.Click Here to read a little about the family
This summer, July 9-16th (7 nights, 8 days), Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut will be hosting a week of volunteering, building homes for deserving families. The need for affordable housing in Connecticut is significant. Hard working, low-income families rarely earn enough to own their own home in CT where housing costs are some of the highest in the country. Your help will go far towards making this dream possible. Volunteers will converge in Eastern Connecticut from all across the country and enjoy the scenic beauty of the New England shoreline.
To request a donation pick up click hereTo see a few of our items on Craigs List, click here.
Property Donations Sought
One of our greatest challenges is finding homes to rehab or property to build a home for the many eligible families that apply to become homeowners. Habitat for Humanity of Eastern CT’s goal of eliminating substandard housing works hand-in-hand with the ordinances of local municipalities. We impact the community where we build or rehab by turning a vacant, blighted property into additional tax dollars for the municipality as well as increase the local property values. The additional income can be used to improve education infrastructure and recreation in a community.