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Southeast Volusia Habitat for Humanity
Southeast Volusia Habitat for Humanity helps community members obtain a decent and affordable place to live through our volunteers. We build homes for those people that need assistance. Our main office is conveniently located in New Smyrna Beach.
Habitat for Humanity of Southeast Volusia is a nonprofit, international, non-governmental organization, which was founded in 1976. Habitat has been devoted to building affordable housing for families that find it difficult to buy a home of their own. Serving the community for over 28 years, Habitat for Humanity strives to provide affordable housing for those in need through our caring volunteers, donations and love. SEVHFH works with people of all faiths and people that are non-religious. We have built and renovated over 125 homes locally and faithfully tithe to the global work of Habitat for Humanity International.
“Seeking to put God’s love into action, Southeast Volusia Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.”
Join us at the build!
Volunteers are needed 5 days a week!
Join us at the Build! Work side by side with our future home owners and experience the joy when a family realizes their dream of home ownership! SEV Habitat for Humanity builds homes for families in Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach and is now beginning smaller 1-2 bedroom homes for people of limited & fixed income. Much of our workforce is volunteer, and we always need more hands, as the need for affordable, decent homes increases.
Enjoy the outdoors, make friends & learn new skills, while devoting your time to a great cause. No experience necessary. Men and women should be over 18. Volunteer days are Tue, Thur and Sat, from 8-12. Come join us at the build today! Call Coralie, Volunteer Mgr. for more information 386-428-5010. email@example.com
By family partner Sarah Spanos
Here are a few of her words at their home dedication in July, 2015.
“We have witnessed a community of people coming together to help us reach our goal of a better life for our kids…Together, we have built much more than a house. Together, we have been the hands and feet of Jesus. My prayer is that this home is always used for His glory and the furthering of His kingdom. This is a house, but it will become a symbol of security, of determination, of perseverance, of community, of love.”