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Thank you for visiting Habitat for Humanity of Summit County’s website.  You will find a vast amount of information about our history, programs, and services by clicking through the pages. If you are interested in applying for homeownership, having a home repair completed, using our deconstruction program to assist in tearing down a home or with a home remodel to remove cabinets or light fixtures, to being a volunteer with us or donating to the ReStore – our website is packed with information. I extend my thanks to each and every one of you that visit our site to learn more about engaging with us at any level.  Without your support we cannot continue our mission of bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.

God Bless,



Habitat's Happenings

Thank you so much to the Fairlawn Area Chamber of Commerce for their donation to Habitat from the Holiday Auction and for the continued support of their community and helping us build homes in Summit County💚🏡 ... See MoreSee Less

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⭐️Loyal Volunteer Spotlight⭐️
Not only is Mary a dedicated board member, but she also is a loyal volunteer! We are blessed to have someone who is so devoted to Habitat for Humanity's mission like Mary. She loves any opportunity to give back to her community. Mary says it's the people not the place that make a place feel like home.
Thank you for all your hard work and your compassionate commitment to Habitat!

#Thankful #Volunteer #ThankYou #DoGood
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Habitat for Humanity of Summit County

Siding is going up in Lakemore🏡
See that sun shining? We have plenty of nice days in January for volunteering!

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Kick Start Your New Year

New Year = New Beginnings.  It’s time to start the New Year feeling refreshed and focused, ready to take on the year ahead.  Consider some of these ideas as you kick-start your New Year.

DIY Lake Table

Local artist, Norman, built this beautiful piece for our ReStore Flip! Here is how to make your very own Lake Table! The ReStore Flip is a quarterly event at the Summit County ReStore where local artists take a piece of furniture from the ReStore and...

Fall Landscaping Checklist

By landscape contractor Roger Cook of ThisOldHouse.com "This is prime time to prep your yard for the next growing season," says This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook. Cooling temperatures slow aboveground growth, and moister soil encourages strong root...

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