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  • Every Volunteer
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  • Every Family

    Every family needs to feel the confidence that comes from a stable home.

    Families all over the world vary in their size and how they fit together. Regardless of how they became a family, Habitat for Humanity believes that every family deserves a safe place to call home. A place to laugh, a place to grow, a place to love. Our homeownership program provides that opportunity to families looking to flourish in their new surroundings. With a bit of determination and hard work, you too can own a home.

  • Every Volunteer

    Every volunteer can advocate and help more families build strength, stability, and independence.

    Volunteers, partners, and donors are the backbone of our organization. Without people like you, the reality of owning a home would be a distant dream for many of the families we help every day. Even if you’ve never used a hammer before, you can help play a crucial role in our worthwhile and rewarding endeavor to build homes for families looking to improve their living conditions as well as their overall life. Take a moment to think about how you can be the difference maker in someone else’s life by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.

  • ReStore

    Refresh. Renew. ReStore.

    The money raised by Habitat for Humanity ReStores helps families build a decent and affordable place to call home. When the items you donate to ReStore are sold, the money helps families achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better future. Best of all, proceeds from the sale of these donated goods help families build a foundation for their future. We accept new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials, household goods and more from individuals and companies.




About Us
What We Do

On April 18, 1991, a group of interested citizens attended an organizational meeting at the main branch of the Lincoln County Library, taking the first step in becoming Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

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    Terry Laney, Executive Director

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    Alex Scarborough, Homeowner Services Coordinator

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    Mary Gibbs, ReStore Manager

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    Patrick Rust, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator

Our Stories
Meet Our Homeowners

Our homeowners each have a story to tell. Many of them have struggled during their lives, but are looking to get back on the path to a stable family life by educating themselves, putting in some hard work, and helping to create a safe and stable home for their entire family. Our homeowners are truly admirable people. The faith and love that they pour into their home during our homeownership process is amazing. Click the button below to read more about our homeowners.

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Latest News

The Changing Face of Lincoln County Habitat

The Changing Face of Lincoln County Habitat

We are committed to safety and our Board of Directors fully supports us! Dave Barrickman, our Construction Supervisor, recently spoke to the Board on the added cost to home construction by having to rent scaffolding as part of fall protection, i.e., safety.

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What is sweat equity?

Sweat equity is a term used often when talking about the creation or building process. It’s about doing the work — the hard work — to bring an idea to life.

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Benefits of volunteering

Giving our time and effort to help others can feel wonderful. We get to see the immediate impact of our work. We watch a wall go up, we clear a field of litter, we enjoy the smiles of the people we help and work beside.

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A Habitat home is a strong foundation for a family, an opportunity on which they can build a better life. Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities.



A Habitat home is a stabilizing force for a family. Better, affordable living conditions lead to improved health, stronger childhood development and the ability — and financial flexibility — to make forward-looking choices.



Through shelter, we empower. A decent place to live and an affordable mortgage help homeowners save more, invest in education, pursue opportunity and have more financial stability.


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