Habitat for Humanity of Butler County has served partner families in the Butler County area for over 25 years. Starting in 1989 in the City of Butler and with an affiliate chapter in Zelienople in 1991, we have constructed sixteen homes in the City of Butler and southwest Butler County areas. In 2014, a new Board of Directors was elected, combining the main affiliate and the Zelienople southwest Butler chapter, and relocating the main offices to Calvin Presbyterian Church in Zelienople. With the help of many volunteers, we completed a home for a family in Cranberry Township in 2009 and one in Connoquenessing Township in 2010. Currently, we are in the process of completing a home in Slippery Rock.
If interested in volunteering or becoming more active with Habitat for Humanity of Butler County, please feel free to attend one of our regular monthly meetings held the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm at Calvin Presbyterian Church in Zelienople.
Are you interested in helping make a difference in someone’s life who is in need? Please consider volunteering at Habitat For Humanity of Butler County.
Habitat For Humanity of Butler County relies almost solely on donations in order to help needy families, whether it be monetary, time or materials.
North Boundary Park
August 26, 2018
7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.