Atlanta Habitat Theme Builds
Atlanta Habitat for Humanity works with a wide variety of industries and organizations to coordinate specially-themed houses which involve multiple sponsors from specific industries. These projects provide unique opportunities for networking and relationship-building among like-minded organizations from the same industry or field. Some of these projects take place annually while others are on a biannual basis.
To learn more about this year’s Theme Build opportunities, visit the links below:
This build engages members of Atlanta’s vibrant and rapidly growing food and hospitality industries, including but not limited to: restaurants, hotels, associations, and distributors.
This build provides law and professional services firms with a vehicle to build upon the Habitat volunteer work of associates and summer associates and involve colleagues in meaningful service opportunities.
This build brings together members from the local builders’ community and includes opportunities to engage employees, clients, A-E’s, contractors and subcontractors as volunteers on the build.
Build in unity during our Atlanta Interfaith Build, which brings together more than five world-religions to build an Atlanta Habitat home, providing the opportunity for people of diverse cultures and religions to work as equals in support of affordable housing in the City of Atlanta.
Atlanta Habitat has committed to partnering with Atlanta-area Catholic organizations – including hospitals, parishes, schools, and ministries – to fund and staff the construction of a new home for a qualified homeowner applicant. The Pope Francis Build is Atlanta Habitat for Humanity’s way of honoring his commitment to social justice and reinvigorating of the Catholic Church.
The Atlanta Women’s Build (AWB) is a grassroots effort led by individuals - all women - who raise funds to sponsor and construct an Atlanta Habitat for Humanity home for a working mother and her family.