a pathway to change
"On a macro level, Habitat has literally changed the footprint of the city of Newburgh. On a micro level, it is allowing a family to put their footprint in the City of Newburgh and grow."
learn more about our history, impact & vision
take a free one-hour bus tour
On this tour you will hear moving homeowner stories, view the house-by-house transformation of a community, and witness our extraordinary volunteers in action!
Maureen has been a regular volunteer with Habitat Newburgh, where she has acted as a construction volunteer, paint captain, house captain, building and site selection committee member, and ReStore donations assistant. These days, you can find Maureen at the ReStore register. At the ReStore register, Maureen puts to use the skills she acquired at her first ever job as the toy department cashier at Bloomingdale's in Manhattan.
Deke says that his commitment to Habitat is rooted in his love of the diversity of people and hope that he sees in Newburgh. He says, "We are meeting a critical need. Ours is a very concrete, focused mission. At Habitat we have to negotiate a lot of things, but we never have to negotiate our mission. I look at the capacity that has been built in 15 years, and I think it's extraordinary."
save the date
Dedication of 152, 154, & 156 Ann Street
Saturday, August 19
Building Houses, Building Hope Fundraising Breakfast
Thursday, October 26, 2017
18th Anniversary Party
Saturday, October 14, 2017