What can you do to help our neighbors in need as a Church?
Habitat’s work depends upon the faithful prayers of Smith County citizens.
Financially Support Habitat for Humanity of Smith County
Encourage your congregation to include Habitat for Humanity of Smith County in its mission work.
Make Habitat for Humanity of Smith County a part of your budget or take special offerings.
Provide in-kind goods and services (for example, a plumber in your congregation might volunteer to do the plumbing work on a Habitat house).
Raise funds to build all or part of a house. A congregation may sponsor a house individually or join with other congregations to raise the money and build a house together.
Tithe. Set aside one-tenth of regular donations for Habitat projects.
Build strength and unity within your congregation as you work toward the common goal of helping others.
Organize volunteers for a house that your congregation funds or helps fund.
Serve on Habitat committees. Individuals are always needed to help with acquiring land, finding and selecting qualified homeowner applicants, nurturing family partners, recruiting church support and more.
Engage Your Community
Continue to be a voice for those in need even after construction is complete.
Make the commitment to become advocates for decent, affordable housing.