• Midland Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1991 by Don Hellinghausen, Father Jon Stasney and Steve Davidson.

  • By the end of 1996, Midland Habitat had dedicated 5 homes.

  • 1997 The Abell-Hangar Foundation awarded a Challenge Grant that was met by the community. The result was known as the "Miracle on Jackson Street," where Midland Habitat and volunteers built 6 houses in 10 days.

  • In 2000, Midland Habitat begins building House # 25.

  • In 2001, the Habitat ReStore opens its doors to the public.

  • 2003 Midland Habitat offices moved into the Florida Street location and the building was paid off with donations from community organizations and individuals.

  • In 2004, Midland Habitat built House #50.

  • 2009 Habitat purchases its new home at 305 E. Texas.

  • In 2010, Midland Habitat dedicated House # 100.

  • 2011 First Capital Bank donated two blocks of land adjacent to a block owned by Habitat. Plans and fundraising began for the infrastructure for this area.

  • In 2014 Midland Habitat broke ground on the Cloverdale Project. This is a new development that will provide 54 residential lots for Habitat to continue its housing ministry.

  • Midland Habitat dedicates House # 125.

  • 2015 added the title of land developer to Midland Habitat's resume as construction began in the Cloverdale Road development. By the end of 2015, 3 homes were completed and 6 additional homes were under construction in this new development.

  • 2016 Midland Habitat celebrated 25 years and expanded into Odessa.

  • In February 2017 Midland Habitat stood the walls to its first house in Odessa.

  • As of 2018, Midland Habitat has put more than 700 individuals in affordable homes. Children make up the majority of this number.

  • 2018 Cloverdale Project still expanding.

  • June 12, 2018, 150th Home Dedication/Apostle Build Sponsorship




A Brief History: 


Habitat for Humanity


A Great Foundation to Build On