Habitat for Humanity Atlantic County, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose goal is to eliminate poverty or sub-standard housing in our community, one house at a time. We are a volunteer organization that works in partnership with carefully selected families to achieve their goal of obtaining decent, affordable housing for their family.
Our Recent Projects
Central Ave: Mendez
This single mother with three children and multiple jobs needed a house to accommodate her son with special needs. Donations from the community and local businesses came together to help make the necessary renovations/additions to the house to make the home wheelchair accessible.
Matisse Drive: Wylie
Tony Wylie, Karen Wilson-Wylie and their three children lived in a 2-bedroom apartment. After being accepted to the program, Habitat AC built a 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house for the Wylie family. “It was the greatest feeling ever,” Karen said when she was able to move her family in.
Ohio Ave: Atlantic City
This home was originally constructed by Habitat AC with volunteers from Stockton University. The house is currently being refurbished and Habitat AC is getting ready it ready for a qualified family. The home could be used as a transitional house for Sandy victims.
There are so many ways that one can get involved with Habitat for Humanity. It can be volunteering your time, financially contributions, or even a donation of furniture or other home goods to our ReStore.