Become a Habitat Homeowner

Do you want to buy a simple, decent, affordable home? Are you interested in helping to build your own home? Habitat for Humanity of Washington County looks for qualified, low-income families who are in need of safe, affordable homes. Applicants who are interested in buying a home through HFHWC must attend contact our Family Manager to begin the application process. 

Contact Judy Davis:

Habitat for Humanity is thrilled to be partnering with P&G to build our 54th house, making it possible for Sabrina to purchase a safe, affordable home in which to raise her children.

Hello, my name is Sabrina and I am a single mother of two, Jayden who is 13 and Camarie (Cami) who is 8. Jayden enjoys soccer, skateboarding, and video games. He is a very quick-witted yet soft hearted young man. Camarie enjoys singing, arts and crafts, and roller skating. She is a very silly and energetic girl. My kids are the reason I get up and function every day, my reason for breathing. It has just been the 3 of us for the past 5 years. I gave birth to Jayden at the age of 16. His father and I were married but the relationship became abusive and ended in divorce. I gave birth to Camarie at the age of 20. Her father and I were childhood sweethearts. Tragically, he passed away when Camarie was just 5 years old. Needless to say, that was a very difficult time. Without anyone to lean on for help I struggle to support my family. We are currently living in a rough neighborhood where my kids have been bullied and have seen and heard things that no kid should. I heard about Habitat for Humanity from a close friend and she encouraged me to apply for the program. When I did, I never expected to get beyond the application process. When they informed me that my family had been selected, it took a couple of days for it to actually sink in, but when it finally did my kids and I were ecstatic. I am truly grateful for this life changing opportunity and to be a part of this amazing program.

Habitat’s Women Build program challenges women to build a better future for our nation’s children and a legacy of volunteerism for their own children.

Nationally more than 12 million children currently live in poverty—that’s one child in six. Of those 12 million, 77 percent live in working households. 3.6 million children in America are suffering “worst-case” housing need, with their families paying more than half of their income for rent, or living in overcrowded or substandard housing. Read more about the Women Build project.

Habitat for Humanity of Washington County thanks the University of Arkansas Interfraternity Council for raising the funds for house #52.

We have laid the foundation and will be raising the walls on this home this spring. Get involved in this build!

Delmy and her children have worked hard for the last two years in our program and we are anxious to see them home.

My name is Delmy, and I am the mother of four children. I have two sons Andrew 18, Eli 4, and two daughters Claire 16 and Rebecca 14. My family has struggled for years with the hope that a home of our own would be a reality. Shortly after applying with Habitat I received a phone call to inform us that our family was chosen to participate. My children and I were floored with the news. I am grateful and humbled at the same time with this opportunity. I have recently received my degree from JBU in Business. Andrew is attending NWACC for his general education classes and then will transfer to the U of A to work on a BA in Education (he wants to be a math teacher.)

~ Delmy, recipient family, Habitat for Humanity of Washington County


Habitat for Humanity is thrilled to have dedicated our 51st Home.

Rebecca and her children are settled in their new home and ready to take on the world!  Thank you to all of our supporters, volunteers, and advocates. Together we are building a stronger community.

Thanks to all our Awesome Sponsors!

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