Habitat Greenville has two programs to help families with low income who own their home.
Our weatherization program is conducted in collaboration with Furman University’s Shi Center for Sustainability’s Community Conservation Corps. Services include weatherstripping, air sealing, installation of insulation and vapor barriers, and safety checks. The goal of the program is to reduce energy consumption and promote the financial stability of homeowners with low income. The application process is managed by the Community Conservation Corps. For details and a link to the application form, visit the CCC website.
Funded by Thrivent Builds for Lutherans, our repair program provides for exterior repairs not exceeding $2,500 that can be accomplished in one day. The work is carried out by experienced Habitat and Thrivent volunteers, with homeowners participating through sweat equity. We are currently completing Thrivent Repairs projects for this fiscal year. Please check back for updates regarding the next application period, for fiscal year 2016-17.