Providing decent and affordable housing
Carrying out the main goal of Habitat for Humanity, International.
To end substandard housing and break the cycle of poverty
Eat at City Barbecue on Monday, April 13, 2015, and Westerville Habitat will receive 25% of your bill as a donation from the restaurant.
Take your neighbors. Take your friends.
Eat-in and then get a to-go order for the next day.
Get the smoked sausage as a to-go for the next morning’s breakfast.
Follow the link for the required coupon. Thank you for eating at City Barbeque!
Be watching for information about our Third Annual Christmas Progressive Concert, coming up on Friday, December 12.
Another walking event, this one is in a much smaller area, stopping in three Uptown churches – Church of the Master, Church of the Messiah, and First Presbyterian Church – all within about a block of each other.
Tapestry Of a TownThe Westerville Habitat Partnership’s annual Tapestry Of A Town historical tour includes private homes in addition to city buildings and businesses in the 2014 event.
Also new this year is the Masonic temple adjacent to the library on South State St.
About Westerville Habitat
WHP works with churches, organizations, and individuals to provide decent and affordable housing in partnership with qualified applicant families who must work on their own and/or other families’ houses.
Westerville Habitat Partnership
51 North State Street
Westerville, OH 43081
Tapestry Of A Town
The Westerville Habitat Partnership’s annual Tapestry Of A Town historical tour includes private homes in addition to city buildings and businesses in the 2014 event.
Join us Tuesday, March 24th in sampling delicious soups from restaurants across Delaware County.
Pick out a handmade ceramic bowl to take home. One of our most celebrated events with a large silent auction as well as raffles.