Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County

A nonprofit organization

12 donors

Megan has been through a lot in her young life. Sometimes those experiences make her feel older than her 22 years. Growing up Megan never lived in a house. It was always a trailer or an apartment and her family moved a lot.

 In her senior year, Megan became pregnant, dropped out of school, had her son and got her GED, but missed the joy of graduation. Unfortunately, the boy’s father had drug and alcohol addictions that consumed their lives. During that first year, he squandered all their money on his addiction, causing the family to move seven times.

 After the birth of their daughter, the relationship turned abusive. Living in fear was not what Megan wanted for her family. With tremendous courage, Megan took the children and left. Four years later, she is working 12-hour days to provide for her children. She lives in substandard housing and dreams of a permanent home for her family to give them the stability she did not have growing up.

Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County is giving Megan the opportunity to own her own home. We hope to build in partnership with her next year, but the cost is $56,000. Habitat for Humanity depends on donations. Will you help Megan?

 Megan James and her children are one of the reasons we are asking for funding. Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County currently has 11 approved families waiting for a home of their own.

 Each sponsorship helps Habitat move a family from sub standard housing to a safe, warm place to come home to each night.

Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County helps families in all of the morgan county zip codes. 35601,35602,35603,35640,35670,35673

We fall into the categories of sub-standard, housing, low income, building, new houses, rehabbing.

Organization Data


Organization name

Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County

Tax id (EIN)



PO BOX 1651


(256) 340-9609