Welcome to Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley!

Habitat for Humanity is a Christian Ministry that believes that all people deserve a simple, decent, affordable place to live. Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley works towards the elimination of inadequate housing here in Wood County, West Virginia and Washington County, Ohio and has been an active affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International since 1990. Since then, we have completed 105 homes and have provided housing for over 375 individuals.

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THIS JUST IN... Familiar faces have returned to the construction site!!! Welcome back Wes, Cyndi, Greg, and Art! (photographer’s note: this is the pose Art chose knowing it would be on Facebook!) ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad to see everyone back and ready to get theses homes done lol 😂

So happy to see everyone ❤️

Welcome back ❤️

Thanks to the Rotary Club of Wood County for volunteering today! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Rotary!

Thank you to all the volunteers and the donations from the Rotary Club of Wood County ❤️❤️

Thank you Rotary Club of Wood County!!

Another great day of construction for DuPont volunteers! Nathan, Charo, and Blake helped install floor joists last fall... we love having repeat volunteers! The soffit on the porch is going up and walls are being primed inside. Shout out to our homeowner crew today too! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much to all the volunteers!! ❤️❤️

Cool it is come along

Alan Walters look how far the house has come. Amazing! ❤️

Charo Stubbs

Today we celebrate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth. Habitat for Humanity of the MOV has always believed in fairness and equality for all, and on this day, we offer a voice of support and encouragement to all people of color. As we strive for greater understanding and healing in our communities and our country, we invite you to familiarize yourselves with the national and historic significance of Juneteenth. Education is our greatest tool toward compassion and understanding and in the words of Maya Angelou "...when you know better, do better." ... See MoreSee Less

Today we celebrate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth. Habitat for Humanity of the MOV has always believed in fairness and equality for all, and on this day, we offer a voice of support and encouragement to all people of color. As we strive for greater understanding and healing in our communities and our country, we invite you to familiarize yourselves with the national and historic significance of Juneteenth. Education is our greatest tool toward compassion and understanding and in the words of Maya Angelou ...when you know better, do better.

They are back at it again! Employees from the DuPont front office are putting up beautiful castle stone gray siding at the home in Parkersburg. It is so good to see progress on the construction site after so many months off. Thank you DuPont for all you have done to bless the new homeowner. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank thank you DuPont!!!!!

Thank you DuPont ❤️

So excited for Xzantheia Watson

We had a great time and were glad to help!

Loretta Vogt

Leigh Cochran

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ReStore ReDesign Entries on Display

Habitat for Humanity contest entries on display at Vienna ReStore COMMUNITY NEWS

OCT 11, 2018

JEFF BAUGHAN Reporter

Photo by Jeff Baughan Ben Bradley, Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley ReStore director, stands ...

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Haiti – Day 4 – March 16, 2018 – Farewell

It’s hard to believe that the trip is over.  I’m writing this as I’m back in the USA—sitting comfortably in our son’s house in Charlotte.  Here are a few thoughts—I’m ...

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More than 70 percent of Americans take part in some form of spring cleaning every year, according to the American Cleaning Institute. The benefits of this annual tradition are easy ...

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Haiti – Day 3 – March 15, 2018 – Habitat Epicenter Work

I need to start with a funny story from yesterday—I forgot to post it!!!  We’ve been traveling on a bus that seats around 20 people.  Yesterday morning as we were ...

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