Make a Difference!

Your financial support ensures our ability to build hope and homes for families in Sacramento and Yolo County.Donate

Get Involved Today!

Email us on how you can help us build back after COVID-19 impact. Individuals and teams welcome! Volunteer


Learn what it takes to become a Habitat Homeowner.  Orientations will open later this year.

Home Repairs

Learn more how to apply to our Home Repair program.

Latest News & Events

Homebuying 101 Virtual Seminar Recap      Homebuying 101 Virtual Seminar Recap     

Homebuying 101 Virtual Seminar Recap     

On July 15th Greater Sacramento Habitat Young Professionals put on a virtual lunchtime seminar in partnership with MetroEDGE to bring together experts in the Sacramento housing sector with advice for YPs on what to expect when thinking about buying their first home.  The panel, part of Habitat Young Professional’s work to support Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento’s vision of bringing people together to build a world where everyone (homeless, low-income, missing middle, and beyond) has a place to live, looked to go over the process, expectations, and financial picture behind buying a home to help demystify it for those who have yet to experience it.

Read on for a recap of lessons learned and how to get in touch with the experts!

Read more »

Statement from Habitat Greater Sac CEO Leah Miller – “We stand with our neighbors and friends fighting for justice, equality, and racial inclusivity”


Like so many of us, I found myself glued to the coverage of protests throughout our country this past week. I feel a range of emotions from sadness to anger to unrest over the unnecessary and unjust killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the countless other black lives who have been senselessly taken.  At Habitat for Humanity, our vision is a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live, and yet it has become more apparent that there is so much work to be done to achieve that vision when members of our black community are often still not safe to jog, walk, or exist in the communities they live.

Read more »


Open to the public Wednesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm.

Get Directions »

Benefiting your community and environment

When you shop or donate to the ReStore, you help build hope.  All profits are filtered back into our programs to help build and repair homes for hardworking, low-income families.