OTHER WAYS TO DONATE TO DURHAM HABITAT

CAR DONATIONS

Gifts of used vehicles can build homes through Habitat’s Cars for Homes program. By designating Durham Habitat as the recipient of the proceeds, you can help build homes in Durham County.

BANK TRANSFERS

If you would like to transfer funds directly from your bank, please contact our Director of Development, Roxanne, at 919-698-3910.

FINANCIAL GIFTS

Please use our secure online form to make a donation with a credit card.  If you prefer to make a donation over the phone, please call us at 919-682-0516. Or mail your gift to us: Habitat for Humanity of Durham, 215 N. Church Street, Durham, NC 27701

FOUNDATION SOCIETY

The Foundation Society is a leadership giving society whose members contribute at least $1,000 annually to Habitat for Humanity of Durham. Membership in the Foundation Society makes you an active partner in eradicating substandard housing in Durham.

Members support our neighbors who turn to Habitat for Humanity of Durham to build, purchase, and repair affordable homes.  Foundation Society members also enjoy the benefits of dynamic community recognition, access to special events, as well as select volunteer and donor opportunities.

For more information about the Foundation Society, contact Heather Graham at 919-682-0516, ext. 101, or hgraham@durhamhabitat.org.

LAND GIFTING

If you own land you wish to sell or know of land parcels to recommend, please please contact our Executive Director, Blake, at 919-219-4343.

PLANNED GIFTS

If you are interested in making a planned or estate gift to Durham Habitat, please contact our Director of Development, Roxanne, at 919-698-3910. Read more about our Legacy Society here.

RESTORE DONATIONS

You can donate used and new building materials and more to our ReStore – visit the ReStore site for more information.

STOCK TRANSFERS

If you would like to give a gift of stock, please see this instruction guide on how to get a transfer set up: Stock Transfer Guide

Habitat Success Stories

Martha partnered with North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church to build and purchase a Habitat home for her and her two sons in East Durham. "God's got a plan," Martha said. "His timing is perfect."

Martha