Battle Creek Area Habitat for Humanity services the entire county of Calhoun. The mission of the organization is to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Battle Creek Area Habitat for Humanity is part of a global non-profit housing organization dedicated to eliminating substandard housing.
Update 6/19/19: Robert J. Phillips is the new Executive Director for the Battle Creek Area Habitat for Humanity. He succeeds Beverly Kelley, who retired after nearly five years in that position. Robert brings over 25 years of experience with the Habitat for Humanity organization in Lansing and Kalamazoo where he had been a construction volunteer and an active board member,” commented Samuel Gray, Board Chairman for the Battle Creek Area affiliate.
“I am looking forward to continue the mission of Habitat for Humanity in Calhoun County. This local affiliate has been instrumental in helping many area families find safe, affordable housing,” Commented Phillips.
Battle Creek Area Habitat for Humanity is celebrating their 30th year of serving Calhoun County. They work with area volunteers to rehab homes, build access ramps and operate a ReStore that recycles home remodeling needs at a discount for the community.
Visit the Habitat ReStore of Battle Creek on Facebook by clicking here.