Habitat for Humanity of Colorado

1 in 7 households in Colorado spend more than half of their income on housing, forcing too many families to make impossible choices, especially now. Habitat promotes a housing continuum that encourages social and economic mobility through the creation of affordable housing throughout Colorado.

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General Information

Official Name
Habitat for Humanity International Inc​​​​​​​
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Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
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550 South Wadsworth Blvd
Suite 150
Lakewood, CO 80226
Colorado Location
550 South Wadsworth
Suite 150
Lakewood, CO 80226
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550 South Wadsworth
Suite 150
Lakewood, CO 80226
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Mission Statement

Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. HFHC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose purpose is to assist Colorado Habitat for Humanity affiliates in increasing production of affordable housing. To accomplish this, HFHC:

Develops sources of funds, in-kind donations, services and other resources, and distributes these equitably to affiliates;
Develops, promotes, and coordinates statewide activities to increase public awareness of Habitat's work in Colorado; and,
Facilitates networking and sharing of expertise, information, technical assistance, and other resources with and among Colorado affiliates.

Organization History

Stable and affordable housing is more important now than ever.

Established in 1992, Habitat Colorado serves as a support organization for 25 Habitat affiliates across the state. When you support Habitat for Humanity of Colorado you help make affordable homeownership possible for more of our Colorado workforce. With over 5,400 families served in our Colorado communities, we are committed to building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Over 96% of Habitat for Humanity of Colorado's budget goes directly to affiliates through grants, training and advocacy.


HFH of Colorado's Top Five Needs are:
Financial Support
Banking/ Financing Partnerships
Donated Land
Gifts-In-Kind Partnerships
Board Members


Over the past 25 years, Habitat for Humanity of Colorado has been a part of the solution and a leader in affordable housing. Habitat for Humanity prides itself in building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Across Colorado, Habitat for Humanity has built, renovated, and repaired more than 3,100 homes, housing over 6,000 individuals. HFHC has harnessed the power of collaboration to bring more than $100 million in public and private funds to local projects and has provided leadership in disaster recovery, spearheading nearly 800 repairs and replacing homes following the 2013 floods. Through the WeBuild program, we have engaged nearly 3,000 prison inmates seeking the dignity of a trade and the opportunity to contribute to the communities they offended. We have forged relationships with elected officials and advocated for the cost of a home to be something all Coloradans can afford. We provide exceptional education and support to affiliate staff, board members, and volunteers throughout the Rocky Mountain region, all toward our shared vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.


It hasn't sunk in yet that this home belongs to me and my son. I'm overwhelmed by the outpouring of community support, and the miracles that come true when communities come together"
- Habitat for Humanity Homeowner

"It's not just a home. It's my family's future...it's my kid's future." -Habitat for Humanity Homeowner

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