Your financial support keeps us building affordable homes. There are many ways to contribute to Habitat.
Your donation allows us to build hope, community, and homes in the Seminole County and Greater Apopka region.
GIVE BY MAIL
Send checks or cashier's checks payable to:
Habitat for Humanity Seminole-Apopka
PO BOX 181010
Casselberry, FL 32718
HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS
Everyday more and more people are choosing alternative gift options for holidays, memorials and many other occasions.
You can donate a car, truck, boat or RV through Cars for Homes™, we will receive the net proceeds of your vehicle donation to help families build decent, affordable shelter within the local community. It’s quick and easy to donate by calling 1-877-277-HFHI (4344)
Habitat for Humanity Seminole Apopka is constantly in need of land on which to build our houses. If you have a buildable land in Seminole County and/or Greater Apopka that you would like to donate, please call us at 407-696-5855 ext.2104 or email Penny Seater.
The key to fundraising is to set a goal, put your plan together, and start NOW! Here are some great ideas to get you started.
Giving over time is easy on your budget and builds sustainability for Habitat Seminole-Apopka's budget. $10, $20, or $40 per month is less than most of us spend on coffee and entertainment each month and it adds up to a big impact on affordable housing in Seminole County and Greater Apopka.
A gift from your estate will ensure we can continue to build and rehab homes. Your decision to designate a at planned gift will forge a lasting legacy that will impact local families for generations.
Thousands of companies in the US will match an employee's donation or volunteer time with Habitat. This is a great way to increase your support.
With every purchase you make, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to Habitat Seminole-Apopka. You pay the regular price for all the products you buy on Amazon--no extra charges or fees. In fact, you won't notice any difference when you shop.
Donations of the following materials and labor can make a significant difference in reducing Habitat’s cost for building a home