Your donation builds so much more than just a home. It builds hope! By donating to Habitat for Humanity, you join us in helping hardworking, low income families build the strength, stability, and independence they need for a brighter future.
Donate Online or by Mail
You can make a one-time or recurring donation securely online by following the link below or by mailing a check made payable to HFHMCC to the address below.
PO Box 186
Richmond, KY 40476-0186
More Ways to Give
There are many ways to give to Habitat, and individuals, businesses, churches, and other other organizations can all play an important part.
Read on to see how you can make a difference in Madison and Clark Counties.
Honor or remember someone special with a gift to Habitat for Humanity. Memorial and honor gifts are a wonderful way to pay tribute to someone who has made a positive impact in your life and to create a legacy of hope in your community. When you provide a mailing address or email, we will send a card to your loved one to let them know about your thoughtful gift. Make a tribute gift here.
Holding a fundraising event for Habitat for Humanity goes a long way toward giving local, hardworking families a hand up. You can hold an event as an individual, or better yet, team up with your business, church, or community group to multiply your impact. Your event can be held in person, or you can choose an online option. Contact us if you would like to speak to someone about fundraising possibilities.
Land is one of our greatest needs. A gift of a lot, land, or condemned site that must be razed will allow us to build one of our beautiful, craftsman style homes for a deserving family. If you would like to speak with someone about donating land, please call (859) 625-9208 or fill out an online form and someone will get back with you.
Cars for Homes
The proceeds from a donation of an older car, truck, van, trailer, RV or boat to Habitat for Humanity can help pave the way to homeownership for a hardworking, low income family in Madison or Clark county. Donating is quick, easy, and potentially tax deductible (consult your with your tax advisor or the IRS for more information). To donate, visit Cars for Homes online or call toll free at (877) 277-4344.
Cans for Habitat provides financial resources to further Habitat’s mission while promoting recycling for a healthier environment. Households in Madison and Clark Counties collect their aluminum cans and donate them to Habitat by dropping them off at one of our handy Can House locations. See our Can House page for more details.
See how donations to Habitat change lives!
Home for the Holidays Many hours of hard work have gone into transforming the Hisle's recyled house into the perfect place for them to call home, and now, they will be moving in just in time for Christmas! To ensure everyone's health and safety, the dedicaiton for...
The Callahan's home is underway and we want to keep you up to date with the progress. Scroll this page for videos that will give you a front-row seat as they build their home from the ground up.The Paint, Floors, Cabinets, and More! June 25, 2021 The Callahan home is...
Habitat for Humanity builds homes. That’s something most people are familiar with. The ripple effect that Habitat has on partner families is perhaps something less familiar. For the Callahans, partnering with Habitat and the promise of a new home has rescued their...
Gary and Amanda Hisle take a moment to share what it has been like being a Habitat Partner Family and how their Habitat experience is changing their lives. Gary, Amanda, and they boys will be moving into their Habitat home in early December, just in time to decorate...
This recycled home is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Novelis in Berea, Kentucky. In addition to sponsing this home, Novelis faithfully provides funding through Can Houses in Madison and Clark Counties.Mission Accomplished! 12/5/20 We are thrilled to...
Angelina King knew that building her Habitat home on Parish Avenue in Richmond would be a process. Clearing the land, pouring the foundation, enduring weather delays—it was all part of the plan. She expected, piece by piece, project by project, that her Habitat home...