Mission: Seek to put God’s love into action and bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Population Served: Employed, low-income families.
History: Habitat for Humanity Charlotte was established in 1983 through the efforts of seven Charlotte churches to strengthen the community by providing low-income families with safe, decent and affordable housing. Since then, more than 1,450 low-income families have been served in Charlotte-Mecklenburg. Since 2008, MPPC has been a part of 35 Habitat homes, 10 being in Grier Heights.
Approach: Habitat of Humanity of the Charlotte Region builds new homes, rehabs existing homes, and repairs older, owner-occupied homes that have fallen into a state of critical disrepair. Habitat works in partnership with homeowners, volunteers, and the community at large to achieve its mission of strengthening neighborhoods by providing low-income families with safe, decent, and affordable housing.
How Love Builds Up
MPPC engages with Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region through home builds, projects with Youth and CFM, and as witnesses for the advancement of affordable housing in Charlotte.