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All Proceeds of Building Up benefit Habitat for Humanity of Berks County and the Reading Science Center.
Habitat for Humanity of Berks County
Our vision is to be among the major housing leaders in our community for neighborhood revitalization by providing affordable housing and homeownership opportunities for our client families.
We help non-profit organizations grow by providing minor renovations that can often be completed at a lower cost through volunteers.
Our vision at Habitat Berks is to be among the major housing leaders in our community for neighborhood revitalization by providing affordable housing and homeownership opportunities for our client families.
Habitat for Humanity of Berks County (HFHBC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that believes all people deserve a decent life and the power to build their own futures.
Shop and Donate to the Store that Builds Houses!
Hard to find items such as doors, living room and bedroom furniture, appliances, building materials and much more arrive every day. It is a DIY-er and second-use shopper’s paradise. All the profits from your purchases support the Habitat Berks mission!
Donate to ReStore
Give new life to your gently used home improvement items by donating them to the Habitat Berks ReStore.
What to be more involved in your area? Want to make a difference to many – Volunteer!
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201 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19602
Saturday & Sunday Closed
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Habitat for Humanity of Berks County serves people earning a modest wage and pursuing a more prosperous life.
In The News
View the latest news and community newsletters for Habitat for Humanity of Berks County.
Millie Illas-Lockhart Visions Federal Credit Union Employee recalls growing up on Miltimore Street, after attending the groundbreaking event.
Nothing compares to the invisible gift of giving back. Volunteers helped provide many families their forever home, a great accomplishment.
From The Desk of Tim Daley In the spring we had a lot to celebrate, a successful home dedication, great progress on Miltimore Street and the Buttonwood Gateway Project and a fruitful 2022 BirdHouse Challenge fundraiser. You can read all about it in our Fall Community...