Make a Gift

We partner with local individuals, families, and the community to build affordable homes.

Our work relies on the generous donations of individuals, businesses, civic organizations, faith groups, and private foundations. Your tax-deductible charitable donation will make a lasting impact on the lives of hard-working local families, unlocking the doors to a brighter future.

More Ways To Give

Gift Your Car

Your tax-deductible car donation will help build a house for a deserving individual or family and give them a brighter future.

Call 1-877-277-HFHI (4344) OR donate online at

Please specify your donation is for Lubbock Habitat for Humanity.

Give to ReStore

Lubbock Habitat  for Humanity ReStore

We accept new and gently used furniture, household items, and appliances, as well as building materials. We’ll even pick it up for you!

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Shop Amazon Smile

A portion of almost every purchase you make on Amazon can go to support Lubbock Habitat for Humanity. Simply shop at and designate “Lubbock Habitat for Humanity” as your default charity.

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In addition to the opportunities listed above, you can also gift your time as a volunteer. We’d love to have you join us at our next build, in the ReStore, or become a Board member and/or committee member.

Volunteer Opportunities

Lubbock Habitat for Humanity Volunteers


Starting November 1, your donation through Habitat Lubbock’s GivingTuesday website, will be amplified, meaning it will be matched. Please take a few minutes to make your donation in support of affordable housing in Lubbock. Follow this link to make your donation! Thank you.

Why Lubbock Habitat?

Your tax-deductible charitable donation will make a lasting impact on the lives of hard-working local individuals and families, providing the opportunity of homeownership and passing the keys to a brighter future.

Homeowner mortgage payments are used to help fund Habitat programs, so each gift becomes a perpetual legacy of support.

Habitat homes provide far more than a roof overhead; they provide a foundation for individuals and families and children to succeed, becoming a stabilizing force for local communities.

For many individuals and families, homeownership means an end to frequent moves, which can cause children to fall behind in school and impact their social and emotional well-being. Quality, steady housing provides the basis for educational success.

Homeownership gives individuals and families the chance to establish financial security and roots in their communities—this is Habitat’s theory of change that we prove each and every day.

Lubbock Habitat for Humanity Volunteers