Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa

A nonprofit organization

23 donors

We build attractive, affordable and sustainable homes for hard-working families that add value to their lives and the neighborhoods they live in. Our homes represent some of the most advanced principles in applying green building technology to affordable housing. Each home is designed to be sustainable, strong, attractive, and energy-efficient. Homes built since the April 27 tornado also include a built-in safe room.

The April 27th tornado created significant need and opportunity for affordable housing in the community. On June 1, Bob Johnson became the the Executive Director, after having served for many years on staff at the affiliate that was ground zero for Hurricane Katrina. Several new staff members were brought on board to strengthen our ability to respond to the disaster. On July 5, construction began on our first post-disaster house. By November 1, we had more than 2,500 volunteers and were well underway on 6 houses for tornado impacted familes, as well as serving 2 families in need of home repair.

Habitat Tuscaloosa is poised to play a critical role in rebuilding a better, stronger Tuscaloosa. We do this by building attractive, affordable, sustainable new homes for hard-working families, rehabbing and repairing existing homes in critical need, and serving as a catalyst for a wide range of community strategies that will transform lives and neighborhoods.

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Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa

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1120 35th St Suite B
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401