Putnam County Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.
Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-governmental, nonprofit organization devoted to building simple, decent and affordable housing. We believe everyone deserves a decent and safe place to live.
Putnam County Habitat for Humanity has two programs that offer applicants the opportunity for safe, decent, affordable housing: Home Ownership and Critical Home Repair.
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Check here for the PCHFH Event Schedule. Keep in mind this is subject to change, due to weather and/or contractor scheduling.
• Wednesday, June 1, 4 p.m.: Critical Home Repair Team meeting at Ottawa Presbyterian Church
• Thursday, June 9, 7 p.m.: General Board Meeting at Ottawa Presbyterian Church
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization. Consider giving up just a few hours of your time to learn valuable skills, meet some incredible new people and change the lives of local families forever.
Putnam County Habitat for Humanity is seeking candidates for a new CRITICAL HOME REPAIR MANAGER. The current CHR Manager will be available until 2023 to work with this new volunteer so that they will be ready to lead a dedicated team of on-the-ground volunteers to assist Putnam County homeowners in making "critical and necessary" repairs to their homes. Find out more about volunteer opportunities.
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Public Notification for Statement of Activities
Putnam County Habitat for Humanity (PCHFH) intends to apply to the United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Housing Services (RHS) for grant funds to aid in the critical home repair of homes occupied by low-income homeowners in Putnam County, Ohio.
RHS Housing preservation funds will be for needed and critical home repairs. The application will seek up to $50,000 to address these property needs and maintain the housing stock in rural Putnam County.
The USDA Rural Housing Services requires Putnam County Habitat for Humanity to provide the public with an opportunity for comments on the proposed project to assure that the Housing Preservation Grant program is beneficial and does not duplicate current activities and to make available for public review the Statement of Activities, which outline the planned proposed program to be submitted to the RHS for consideration for funding. Putnam County Habitat for Humanity Housing Preservation Statement of Activities is available and may be reviewed at Putnam County Habitat for Humanity, 150 N. Oak Street, Ottawa, OH 45875, 419-523-9621 during the normal business hours of Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m..