Frequently Asked Questions

Habitat is a Christian housing ministry dedicated to providing decent, affordable housing to working families in Clark County.
Millard Fuller was a very successful attorney in Georgia who felt it was a shame that a working family in the richest country in the world could not afford to own a home. He and his wife Linda sold everything and started Habitat for Humanity in 1976.
Families are selected based on their need for adequate shelter, their ability to pay back a no-interest loan and their willingness to partner. Click here to learn more
No. Habitat houses are sold to selected partner families. Each family is required to pay closing costs and then continue to make a monthly mortgage payment for the duration of the loan. The houses are kept affordable because no-interest is charged and Habitat does not make a profit. In addition to this, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor – sweat equity – into building their Habitat house and houses of others.
No, Habitat “homeowner families” are just that – owners of their homes.
Individual volunteers, faith groups, businesses and civic groups work under professional supervision alongside Habitat families to build homes.
You need to first register on our website as a volunteer. Once that has been done you will receive email updates regarding upcoming volunteer opportunities. Click here to learn more

Group volunteers make up the majority of the volunteers at the construction site. We host groups Tuesdays – Saturdays with Saturdays being our busiest day. Build days fill up extremely fast. To find out more information on scheduling a build day for your group, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.

Tax-deductible donations from individuals, corporations, churches and foundations. We do not use government money to build homes, but will accept government funding to purchase land, offset permit fees or for any required off-site improvements.
Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas builds in Clark County, Nevada. This includes Henderson, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas.
Yes, Habitat Las Vegas does do rehab homes for our partner families.
The mortgage payments received by Habitat are used to help build more local Habitat homes.

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Administrative Office

Address:

4580 West Sahara Suite 120
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone:
(702) 638 - 6477
Fax:
(702) 638 - 6478

Restore

Sahara ReStore:

4580 West Sahara Suite 120
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Flamingo ReStore:

3455 East Flamingo Rd. #135
Las Vegas NV 89121