Defiance County became an
affiliate of HFH International in September of
1998, fulfilling the dream of the Defiance County founding member, Bonnie Ford
of Farmer, Ohio.
If you feel you qualify for a habitat home please download our
HousingApplication and mail it to us.
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BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Learn more about
City of Defiance
We offer families a hand up,
not a hand out!
Northwest Ohio ReStore outlet store is now open
Wed., Thur. & Fri. 9am - 5pm, Sat. from
9 am- 4 pm It
is located at 919 Grove St. in Defiance
and is open to the public.
changes daily, stop in often to see what
we have to offer,
Habitat for Humanity of Defiance County is an
affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, (HFHI).
HFHI is an organization that provides affordable housing
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization
that provides housing for low-income families with a
need for decent housing. Habitat is here to help fight
the war against poverty.
Volunteers and partner families are the ones who put
all the time into building the homes. Individuals, area
churches, and corporate donors provide money and
materials to build Habitat houses. Partner families as
well as their family and friends invest hundreds of
hours of labor called sweat equity, into building their
homes and other Habitat homes. The money that the
homeowners pay each month goes into a revolving fund to
build more Habitat houses.
Habitat for Humanity International website contains
more information on Habitat's history, mission,
volunteer opportunities and contact information for
other Habitat affiliates around the world.
NEED YOUR HELP!
Humanity of Defiance County is looking for
volunteers to work on various committees & in
our office. If you are interested, please call us at
(419) 782-2172 or send us an
Not on our mailing
list, just send us an email with your name and
address and you will be added to our list. Our
email updates will keep you informed on our current
housing projects and needs, coming events and more
Humanity of Defiance County is doing in the area.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
We are now a collection point for
Ohio Drop Off. Some of the items
that can be dropped off for recycling
are computers, servers, monitors,
keyboards, mice, speakers, printers /
faxes, copiers all sizes, scanners,
cameras, camcorders, cell phones, video
game systems, video games, DVD players,
CD and DVD media, floppy disks, all
phone equipment and more.
Learn more about Ohio Drop Off
"We are done building for 2011, but are
always looking for volunteers at the
ReStore. Watch at the end of the year
for more information. We are also
currently looking for new partner
families. If you think you may qualify,
please print out the housing application
under the "contact us" and send it into
our office at PO box 623."