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 100 homes and have provided housing for over 350 individuals.
2 days ago
It was a hot day to install siding but the crew from Cornerstone Brands (Simonton, Simex, Plygem) answered the call! Thank you Gary, Sheila, and Keith! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Beautiful evening to celebrate the start of a new house in Williamstown. Grateful for the many hands and hearts that will help the Davis family build their home. ... See MoreSee Less
I didn’t know this was tonight! Bryce and I are sad to have missed it. What an exciting time!
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2 weeks ago
Thank you, Erie Insurance, for your sponsorship of our upcoming auction, Destination Design! Join us on October 18th at Grand Pointe! Pictured: Robin Stewart, Habitat; Kam Lawson, Business Support Specialist for Erie: Lisa Collins, Habitat; and Billy Aliff, Erie WV Branch Manager. We appreciate your ongoing support! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago
Treasa and Alvin Phillips spent the day at the board president/ED retreat held by Nonprofits LEAD today at Marietta College. It was a great day of growing our nonprofit capacity!A day of networking with other nonprofit organization friends today! ... See MoreSee Less
Habitat News & Events
OCT 11, 2018JEFF BAUGHAN Reporter
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...