Help Transform Chattanooga.
Looking for a practical way to make a difference in Chattanooga? Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area strengthens our community by helping low-income families become homeowners. In the process, vacant properties are returned to the tax rolls, property values of surrounding homes increased, but most important, Chattanoogans are mobilized to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors. With you help, Habitat can make different now, and create ripples of empowerment and family sustainability that will impact our families, their children and our community for years to come.
Cars for Homes
Car donations are another way to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity.
When you donate a car to Cars for Homes, you will help your local Habitat for
Humanity build and rehabilitate houses with families in need of affordable shelter.
The car donation process is quick and easy.
Call us at 423-756-0507 and we'll make it happen. If you donate an automobile or other vehicle, you may be eligible for a tax deduction.
What can you donate?
- construction/farm equipment
- any vehicle running or not
Sponsorship Opportunities are Available!
Whether you can sponsor a part of a home, or your group or organization would like to take on a larger project, Habitat has many sponsorship and involvement levels available. Please contact John Lamb, Habitat’s Director of Development at 423-756-0507, Ext 15, or via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization that has been building simple, decent and affordable homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee, since 1986. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area partners with volunteers and low-income families to build affordable housing. The houses are sold to these families at no profit and with no interest. Homebuyer’s monthly payments support the construction of additional homes. Habitat also operates the ReStore, a building materials resale operation which generates funds for Habitat’s work, while making building materials available to the public at below- retail costs.