Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity

Homes, Community, Hope

Our work in Campbell County is needed now more than ever. And – now more than ever – we need you. Donate today, to support our Homes, Communities, Hope + You campaign, and help us continue to work toward a world where everyone has a safe decent and affordable place to live.

Campbell County Builds

We are working on our next new house in Gillette. Every dollar donated to our Campbell County Builds campaign will buy construction materials for the completion of our next home. Your contribution makes you a part of a local family’s journey towards self-reliance and stability.

As a result of COVID-19 over 300 million people in 42 states have been asked to stay at home through a myriad of shelter-in-place/safer at home orders. The scope and coordination of these orders are unprecedented and have led to a near halt of the US economy and over 16 million people losing their jobs.

The economic crisis created by efforts to contain COVID-19 has placed unprecedented stress on the financial sustainability of Habitat affiliates, resulting in limited support for its homeowners at the time when they need it most.

Interested in owning a Habitat home?

Find answers to your questions here, or fill out our pre-application form to get the process started:


A message from Jonathan Reckford, CEO, Habitat for Humanity International

In recent days and weeks, a wave of closures, cancellations and postponements has unfurled as the COVID-19 pandemic has emerged. Those decisions — taken individually, totaled in the aggregate — have been stunning acts of solidarity, expressions of concern and collective responsibility for the health and well-being of our communities and our neighbors.

That sense of connectedness and a willingness to actively help shape the world around us for the better have always been a hallmark of Habitat and supporters like you. They are deep in our DNA. They are what have sustained our work with families for more than 40 years, they are what will ensure we weather this unprecedented challenge, and they are what will be needed — more than ever — when we all emerge from this current crisis.