Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is an international organization founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller who had a passion for providing affordable housing for those in need. Today, Habitat is a worldwide network in 95 countries and has built or remodeled over 150,000 homes.

 

Here in Bergen County, Habitat is involved in the same life-giving work of building and renovating homes for hardworking people in the county. Currently, a single family, three-bedroom home in Bergenfield is being built.

 

Members of First Congregational participate in builds, provide funds, and advocate for housing within Bergen County.

 

For more information visit www.habitatbergen.org/

Volunteering

Several of our members volunteer during the Christmas holidays at the gift wrapping fundraiser for Habitat. Volunteers wrap shoppers gifts in exchange for donations to Habitat of Bergen County.

Recently, volunteers spent a Saturday working at Habitat for Humanity’s Oradell project. Habitat is building two duplexes, creating four 3-bedroom homes which will provide affordable housing for low-income families.  The homeowner families are also involved in the work at various levels. Habitat’s mission is to provide affordable homes for Bergen County families.

Contact Us

First Congregational

United Church of Christ

131 Pascack Rd.

Park Ridge NJ 07656

Email Us!

201.391.5800

 

Office Hours

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10:00 a.m.-12 noon

 

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