Current Campaigns & Appeals
Below are our current campaigns and appeals for which we are seeking support.
The past two years have been difficult. Our partner families were among the hardest hit financially by the pandemic and continue to struggle now with rising costs and inflation. Both factors have made our mission of building strength, stability, and self-reliance through affordable housing more difficult as well.
Thanks to Lynch Design Build, the first $3,000 donated to this appeal will be matched, making your donation to this campaign go twice as far in combatting these rising costs.
Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna is an ecumenical Christian ministry, so our principles are rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Our purpose is to provide shelter as a means of demonstrating Christ’s love to those who lack a decent and safe place to live. Unapologetically Christian and radically inclusive, we value all people and welcome everyone to our work and mission.
Donations to this campaign will help fund two builds – one in Harford County and the other in Cecil County – to be purchased by two single mothers. And we have good news, the first $3,000 in donations to this campaign will be matched through the generous support of Christ Fellowship Church in Forest Hill, Clarks United Methodist Church in Bel Air, Union United Methodist Church in Aberdeen and Charles and Shirley Hicks of Elkton, furthering the impact of your donation.
There are currently 60 children waiting for their Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna home. Growing up in a safe, decent, and affordable home improves a child’s life. A quiet place to study, a safe place to play, and a warm bed to sleep in are critical to every child’s growth and development.
Your donation to the “A Place to Call Home” campaign will help provide the funds necessary to build the homes for these families to purchase. And thanks to The Lee Family and The Milby Company, the first $5,000 in donations to this campaign will be matched allowing us to fully fund and begin building these homes sooner.