History & Facts
Midland Habitat for Humanity was established in 1991. Since that time, Midland Habitat has built 152 homes with 3 more currently under construction.
In 2018, Habitat dedicated a home on N Lauderdale in Odessa. Currently, Habitat expands into Ector County where there are already 5 existing Habitat homes. In 2018, Habitat continues to grow the Cloverdale Project. On October 25, 2018 the 153rd Home Dedication took place! With the support of the community, more than 700 people now have decent affordable housing through Midland Habitat for Humanity.
Midland Habitat for Humanity is a Christian based non-profit organization that builds homes for low-income families trapped in substandard housing.
Homeowners make house payments to Habitat with a 0% interest, 25-year mortgage. These house payments go into a fund to build more homes.
The latest studies show that children living in owned housing, as opposed to rented housing, score 9 points higher in math and 7 points higher in reading. The study also showed a 25% increase in high school graduation. Midland Habitat is currently building in the Cloverdale Road development.