Paterson Habitat for Humanity creates homeownership opportunities for families with limited income. We are committed to building decent, safe affordable homes that are energy efficient, environmentally responsible and economical to maintain. Join us as we continue to revitalize neighborhoods by building hope with homes.
Nepal Disaster Relief Fund
Habitat's disaster response teams are coordinating response operations with local government agencies and disaster relief partners, and will be assembling emergency shelter kits. Your contribution to Habitat's Disaster Response Fund will help the efforts in assisting people affected by the earthquake. Click here to donate.
Neighborhood Tours & Open Houses
Come see first hand what your hands, time and dollars have built in Paterson. We ask that you RSVP if you are interested in attending any of the dates in April & May. Read more.
Summer Internship Program
Attention teens 14-18 (high school students only): Are you interested in a paid internship this summer? Join us for an information session on May 13 at 5pm (146 N1st Street). Applications to participate in the program are due no later than May 20 at 5pm. See application for details. Click here.
Spring House Dedications
House Dedications are a wonderful time to come see what your donations and time have built and meet the excited new Habitat families. Save the Date: May 16.
Corporate Challenge 2015
Paterson Habitat taps into the strength of its corporate partners to address one of the toughest problems of our time, the lack of affordable homes for hard working, low-income families. Join us on the construction site for the challenge. Read more.
Travel with a Purpose: Nepal
Habitat for Humanity Nepal will host the 32nd annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project on Oct 31 - Nov. 6, 2015. Paterson Habitat will be sending a volunteer team to the event, which will bring President and Mrs. Carter together with thousands of volunteers for a week-long build to help improve neighborhoods and raise awareness about affordable housing. Read more.