Habitat for Humanity of Utah County is a non-profit, interfaith organization and is one of more than 2,300 affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International. The local affiliate is committed to eliminating poverty housing and homelessness in Utah County by building, renovating and repairing simple, decent homes with area residents in need of affordable shelter and by providing partner families with no profit, no interest mortgages. The organization serves individuals and families living or working in Utah County, Utah who make 0 to 80 percent of the Area Median income. Families are selected based on need, ability to pay, and willingness to partner.
To date, Habitat for Humanity affiliate has completed 65 homes (eight which were renovated) in its service area providing 105 adults and 200 children with safe and affordable housing. Additionally, the organization has also completed over 50 critical home repair and home preservation projects throughout Utah County.
Currently, the organization is building new homes in Provo and is working on several critical home repair projects with existing low-income homeowners, seniors, and Veterans.