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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.

Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King’s work and vision, the Beloved Community is a tangible expression of our collective pursuit of justice, opportunity, and equality. Together we have the power to create positive change.

Habitat Charlotte Region’s Beloved Community initiative is a collection of events that bring together a diverse array of partners from across the area to help build a brighter, more just Charlotte Region. It is grounded by the immense opportunity created through affordable housing for families historically left out of America’s dream of prosperity.

then & now

February is Black History Month, and Habitat Charlotte Region grows communities through our Beloved Community initiatives in historically black areas of our region every day.

The Meadows at Plato Price

Named for the Plato Price school, the Meadows at Plato Price will sit in a historically significant area of west Charlotte. 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. Soon, the Meadows at Plato Price will rise up as a thriving community within this historically African American neighborhood.

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MLK Build

Each year, we kick off our Beloved Community initiative on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with our annual MLK Build.

For details on how your group or organization can partner with Habitat Charlotte Region for the next MLK Build, please email volunteer@habitatCLTregion.org or contact us.

Building Futures Symposium - March 14th, 2023

The 2023 Building Futures Symposium hosted by Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region will take place at the Dale F. Halton Theater on the Central Piedmont Community College campus in Charlotte, on March 14th.

Each year Habitat Charlotte Region hosts the symposium on affordable housing to hear from industry experts and regional panelists that can provide insight into the ongoing affordable housing crisis that affects our North Carolina region and much of the country.

This year’s speaker will be “pathfinder, writer, and facilitator” Mia Birdsong. Mia is a community curator and storyteller who steadily engages the leadership and wisdom of people experiencing injustice to chart new visions of American life.

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spring coffee, conversation & connection

On March 30th, 2023, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region will host a chance for our volunteers, donors, and constituents to gather for a Spring coffee, conversation, & connection event.

The event will take place in Mooresville, North Carolina. Breakfast will be provided, and attendees will have a chance to hear from some of those who have received critical home repairs in Statesville, Mooresville, and Cornelius and listen to Habitat Charlotte Region leadership.

If you are one of our volunteers, donors, constituents, or simply interested in learning more about the excellent work of Habitat for Humanity, please reach out to Brian Beck at bbeck@habitatCLTregion.org  or 704.716.5622.

 

Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region service area

House Size Policy

Household SizeBedrooms
Single adult or couple with no children2
Single adult or couple with 1 child3
Single adult or couple with 2 children3
Single adult or couple with 3 children 4
Single adult or couple with 4 children*4
Single adult or couple with 5 or more children5
Single adult or couple with 4 children where age (13 or over), age difference (4 yrs or more apart), or gender doesn't allow sharing5

House sizes for households with multiple adults or adults who are not married will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

* Children of the same gender who are under 13-years-old and fewer than 4 years apart in age could be required to share a room.