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.
The Young Engineers group at DuPont Washington Works, joined us in Cutler, OH today to install the exterior walls.
WOW, what a great group of volunteers, DuPont Rocks! We are so excited to have them joining our volunteer team again.
Thank you for a very productive day! The future homeowners the Vereen family and Habitat MOV thank you for your dedication to help provide safe and affordable housing here in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
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Thank you so much Dupont and all the volunteers. My family and I are very grateful.
Since the earthquake in 2010, we have given half of our tithe fund to Haiti for their use. Our executive director was invited to visit Haiti in 2018 to see the impact of our donations. There were three other Habitat representatives from California, Michigan and North Carolina.
During our three-day visit, we learned what Habitat for Humanity Haiti is doing to improve housing and quality of life in their communities. Not only are they building houses—that are both earthquake and hurricane resistant—but they also have a water-purifying program in place. A major component of the water-purifying program is educating school-children on proper handwashing technique. They are also improving lighting (for night-time security) in neighborhoods where they are building and dealing with rain water runoff.
It was a tremendous opportunity for us to see first-hand how much our tithe funding is doing!
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Yesterday was a big day for the Vereen family! We gathered at the site of their future home for a groundbreaking ceremony. A blessing was given for the family, volunteers and staff who will be building this home. And as you can see, building has already begun!
This new home is being built in Cutler, OH and is the 111th house in the Mid-Ohio Valley. We will be busily working the next couple months to get the exterior walls and roof on this home so that volunteers can continue building during the winter months.
Interested in helping build the house? Visit www.habitatmov.com to join the effort.
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Congratulations to Sharon Anderson, co-chair of next year’s Women Build, for being named a 2021 WV Wonder Woman!
Interested in joining the 2022 Women Build? Visit www.habitatmov.com/womenbuild
Congrats, Sharon!Visit this page to read all about our President and CEO Sharon Anderson!!
She has graciously received the honor of being one of 2021’s Wonder Women of WV!
Congratulations Sharon!! 🎉👏🥳
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Thank you so much!!! So excited to be a part of the 2022 Women’s Build and know there will be many wonder women working together to help a deserving family!
The dedication of House #110 was held on Sunday! We celebrated with Tiffany and her family as they are preparing to move in within the next few weeks.
This is Habitat’s second home in Belpre and has been built with the assistance of two grants from Belpre Area Community Development Foundation and a sponsorship from Erie Insurance . Volunteer groups from First Mutual Bank and Kuraray America, Inc. also participated.
Please join us in welcoming Tiffany and her family to their new Habitat home!!!
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Habitat News & Events
OCT 11, 2018JEFF BAUGHAN Reporter
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