About Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, NC
On average, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County builds 10-12 homes a year!
Mission: Habitat for Humanity of Orange County changes lives by bringing together God's people and resources to help families in need build and own quality affordable homes in safe and supportive communities.
Vision: Everyone in Orange County has a decent place to live.
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County is one of 1,400 affiliates in the United States. Habitat for Humanity International has offices in 90 countries around the world.
About Orange County, North Carolina
Today, Orange County remains a vital area and community, serving as the home to UNC-Chapel Hill and its complex of undergraduate and graduate and professional schools. Orange County is an diverse and interesting mix of old historic sites, beautiful rural and suburban areas, and lively towns and cities enriched with the social and cultural benefits from large university populations.
Orange County has seven townships: Bingham, Cedar Grove, Chapel Hill, Cheeks, Eno, Hillsborough, and Little River. There are three incorporated municipalities located primarily in Orange County: Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and Hillsborough. Parts of the City of Mebane in Alamance County, and Durham in Durham County, extend into Orange County.