Faith-Based & Community OrganizationsAtlanta Habitat values participation from a diverse cross-section of the community. To promote large-scale community involvement and make sponsorship accessible to a wide audience, Atlanta Habitat offers reduced sponsorship levels for faith-based, civic, and non-profit organizations.
View Atlanta Habitat’s Current Faith-Based & Community Organizations House Sponsors
View Atlanta Habitat’s 2012 Faith-Based & Community Organizations House Sponsors
Atlanta Habitat for Humanity works with a wide variety of civic and non-profit organizations to coordinate specially-themed houses including alumni houses and special anniversary projects.
Each year, Atlanta Habitat brings organizations from diverse faith traditions together around a common goal – affordable housing. The first interfaith house in 2002 brought together members of the Bahá'í, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faiths. Interfaith builds continue to involve congregations and campus ministries from multiple world religions and traditions. The tangible outcome of interfaith building is affordable, green, quality homes for working families in Atlanta; but the bonds built between faiths and between individuals are equally lasting. More Info...
Promotional benefits such as inclusion on the Atlanta Habitat website, build site signage, recognition at house dedications, invitations to special events, and inclusion in our annual report or Homefront newsletter are available and graduated by sponsorship level.