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building strength, stability & self-reliance through shelter

Our Vision

everyone in the Charlotte region deserves decent, affordable housing.

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stories of home & hope

A Home for Maggie & a Milestone for CHR

Eighty-year-old Maggie King was at her husband’s hospital bedside when she got the news that her home of almost 30 years was on fire. She would soon learn that the home was unlivable.

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The Beloved Community

We believe in a world where everyone deserves a chance for a better future – regardless of who they are, what they look like, or where they come from.

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New Year, New Start

Overcoming adversity is nothing new for Judith and her son Maurice.

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the Meadows at Plato Price

Habitat Charlotte Region is excited to announce our most expansive affordable housing project to-date: The Meadows at Plato Price. Named after the Plato Price School, this historically significant West Charlotte area was once a thriving African-American neighborhood. Plato Price School closed in the 1960s when desegregation took hold, and the land lay vacant until the City of Charlotte donated it to Habitat in 2018.

Over 50 years later, Habitat Charlotte Region will break ground on The Meadows at Plato Price, a 39-home community built by Habitat staff and volunteers. This new neighborhood will offer affordable homeownership for hard-working families, and provide a safe, secure place they can call home.

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coronavirus updates

Habitat Charlotte Region is committed to keeping you up-to-date on our response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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1-in-3 area families currently live in unaffordable housing

A person must work 92 hours a week at a minimum wage job to afford the average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in our area

From 2006 to 2017, Charlotte-area rents increased by 16%, while wages remained flat

habitat charlotte region's impact

Since Habitat Charlotte Region’s founding in 1983, we have partnered with over 2,800 families. In fiscal year 2020 alone, 43 new homes were built and 80 Critical Home Repair projects were completed.

Read more about Habitat Charlotte Region’s work in our latest Community Impact Report.

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Nov 04

HomeGrown Luncheon

12:00pm
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