Welcome to Haywood Habitat for Humanity….

We appreciate your interest in our non-profit ministry. Since 1990, Haywood Habitat for Humanity has been building affordable housing in the county. As an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, we are committed to eliminating poverty housing in the community and to helping needy families realize their dream of home ownership.

We believe, as a matter of conscience, that all people deserve basic, decent, affordable shelter. 

Millard Fuller, co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International, described the essence of Habitat as an opportunity to “let your light shine”. In other words, putting your God given talents to practical use in helping others. We hope you will consider becoming involved in the community through our organization. We promise it will be one of the most rewarding and fun experiences of you life!

Enrich Others, Enrich Yourself, and “Let your Light Shine”!

ReStore Open

Haywood Habitat For Humanity’s new ReStore, 95 Montgomery Street (across from the Sweet Onion), is open Wednesday – Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

The ReStore sells donated surplus building materials from builders and remodelers as well as home furniture and furnishing, appliances, tools, lighting, home décor, and books from individuals and homeowners. Some donated materials may be used directly in the construction of Habitat houses, but most will be offered for sale in the ReStore at a fraction of retail prices. All proceeds from the ReStore are used to build Habitat houses within Haywood County. 

Habitat Selling Modular Home

Located at 215 Cardinal Dr. in Maggie Valley, this 2,270 SF home with 1,054 SF unfinished on the second floor is on the market for $289,000. The home was moved to the site by Haywood Habitat and profits from the sale will help build future partner-family homes. Other property features include: a lot size of .488 acres; 3 bedrooms with large master suite; two and a half baths, nine-foot ceilings with crown molding and all kitchen applicances. Contact Marnette Colborne at 828-246-3498 for more information or to see the property.



Other Locations
Haywood Habitat for Humanity Office
563 N. Main Street
Waynesville N.C. 28786
Email: admin@haywoodhabitat.org
Phone: 828-452-7960
Lost pet at ReStore

The Habitat ReStore found a nice, well-behaved Beagle this morning when we came in to open. He appears to have slipped off his collar. Has been neutered and has been obviously well-cared for by his owner. If you recognize, him please call the ReStore at 246-9135.
Silent Auction at the Haywood Habitat ReStore

The Haywood Habitat ReStore is now presenting a collection of extra special items in an on-going Silent Auction. From now through Saturday, June 1st visitors can offer bids on these treasures. The center piece is a Mahogany Secretary in like new condition. Other items are an immaculate Singer ...
Habitat Restore Closed for Easter Weekend

In observance of the Easter season, the Habitat ReStore will be closed on Friday, March 29th and Saturday,the 30th. The ReStore is normally closed from Sunday through Tuesday, so the next open date will be Wednesday, April 2, 2013. We will reopen on Wednesday, at 10 AM..
Silent Auction Offers Some Unusual Items at the Haywood ...

The Silent Auction at the ReStore has some unique items that cover a wide range of interest and tastes. Offerings include a Little Giant ladder, tall writing desk, a handmade oak bench, some vintage woodworking tools, a stoneware crock, an old meat cleaver, a vintage sprayer, a wooden keg, a ...
Habitat ReStore to Host Silent Auction December 12-22, ...

A new Silent Auction begins on December 12th, 2012, at the Haywood Habitat ReStore at 75 Montgomery Street in downtown Waynesville. Sixteen items have been selected for this pre-Christmas event. All these pieces have been donated by generous people of Haywood County wishing to further the ...