to our habitat family, 

Habitat is in the business of caring, and we stand shoulder to shoulder with the non-profits, businesses, and organizations dutifully serving the Greater Lafayette community in this time of crisis.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 has hit our partner families hard. We maintain our commitment to walking with our families, both past and present, during this time by providing resources when we can, directing them to appropriate resources when we can’t, and working with them to ensure their affordable home remains stable while so many other aspects of their lives are not. As such, we will not be foreclosing or evicting our families who are struggling.

Applications for Homeownership are now available. You can pick up a physical application from our office at 420 S. 1st Street, Lafayette, IN, 47906 or receive a digital application by emailing Stepheney Bible at stepheney@lafayettehabitat.org

While our office is currently closed, our staff is working remotely and is available via phone and email. If you have any questions email us at info@lafayettehabitat.org

We're continuing to build homes and our staff is following best practices. However, due to the increase in cases, we won't be accepting volunteers for the remainder of 2020. 

The Restore is currently open to in-person shopping as well as donations. You can drop off donations at our retail location at 3815 Fortune Avenue Tuesday-Friday from 10am-5pm and Saturday from 10am-4pm. 

The Junction House will be closed for the remainder of 2020. Because of the uncertainty regarding COVID-19, we aren't sure when we'll be taking bookings again. 

It's a tremendous blessing to be a part of the Greater Lafayette community, and in these times of crisis, we feel a duty to care for our community the best way we know how. That said, our community's need is great; much greater than we can meet alone. As such, we encourage you to think creatively and thoughtfully about ways you can help. Because we're all in this together, and your unique talents and resources are needed more than ever.

God bless,
The Habitat team