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Neighborhood Revitalization (NR), Habitat for Humanity’s newest initiative, takes a holistic approach to community growth and transformation. Through NR, Habitat Charlotte Region partners with neighborhood associations, residents, faith communities, local government, other area nonprofits, and more to develop and implement a shared vision that meets specific needs identified by the community.

The ultimate mission of Neighborhood Revitalization is community-wide change that empowers residents to take ownership and pride in their neighborhood, and to enhance the quality of life for all its residents.

quality of life framework

Neighborhood Revitalization recognizes the holistic nature of neighborhood priorities to create change across multiple sectors. In order to create change that leads to an improved quality of life, Habitat for Humanity International created the Quality of Life Framework.

Based on learning from Habitat affiliates and other community development experts, the Quality of Life Framework was developed to serve as a customizable and comprehensive approach to understand how the ultimate goal, an improved quality of life, can be achieved in a neighborhood. The Quality of Life framework is Habitat’s hypothesis on how systemic and sustainable change happens in a neighborhood.

Quality of Life Framework

Quality of Life – Full Guide

planting seeds

Through Neighborhood Revitalization, we partner with neighborhoods, organizations, and agencies by offering the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant. This grant is – up to $3,000 – can be used to support organizational/programmatic needs or neighborhood projects and/or needs.

We accept grants on a rolling basis. To apply, please download and complete the application at the button below.

Upon completion of your NR Grant application, please submit it to

NR Grant Application

Neighborhood Revitalization Oversight Committee

The Neighborhood Revitalization Committee (NROC) was re-established in June 2017. The committee was founded and created on the principles of the Quality of Life Framework. The NROC has several functions which include, but are not limited to reviewing and voting on NR Grants, attending neighborhood and community meetings and attending regular NROC meetings. The primary goal of the committee is to provide feedback to Habitat Charlotte Region and help us to remain transparent in all of our work.

Our current NR Oversight Committee members include:

  • Boris Henderson, Aldersgate UMRC, Inc
  • Braxton Winston, Charlotte City Council, At-Large
  • Dr. Erin Banks, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Erin Barbee, Charlotte Mecklenburg Housing Partnership
  • Jamall Kinard, Lakeview Neighborhood Alliance
  • Larken Egleston, Charlotte City Council, District 1
  • LaTarzja Henry, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
  • LaToya Faustin, Chair, She Built This City
  • Leigh Altman, Attorney
  • Peggy Hey, First American
  • Petreana Anderson, Consultant
  • Tammie Black, REMAX
  • Belinda Howard, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region
  • Nakia Savage, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region
  • Sara Davison, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region
  • Sherika Eskridge, Staff Liaison, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region
  • Sydney Elliot, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region

Happy Thanksgiving

Gobble, gobble! Habitat Charlotte Region offices & construction sites will be closed November 24, 25 & 26 for Thanksgiving. Normal hours will resume Monday, November 28.

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.