With a focus on expanding our efforts into rural areas, Habitat Fresno partnered with non-profit affordable home builder Self-Help Enterprises, for-profit builder G.J.Gardner, the County of Fresno and the US Department of Agriculture to build two homes for deserving families in Riverdale CA. We believe these two homes will spur additional growth in this 24 home subdivision.
Rialto Ranch Subdivision
Just finished! Our 10 home subdivision in the City of Clovis will be a staple in the community for many years to come. Key funding partners included the City of Clovis, Wells Fargo, Tri-Counties bank, and PG&E. Key contributors included Starbucks, Katey's Kids,The Well Community Church, ICCN, and thousands of donors and volunteers.
Stanford Addition - Fresno City College Project
What better way to build affordable housing than to help future builders in the process? With a new innovative approach, Habitat partnered with the City of Clovis and Fresno City College's construction department to allow students to gain valuable workforce development experience by building a home in the city of Clovis. This is the first of many to come as Habitat aims to help others gain valuable Career Technical Ed. experience becoming our next wave of tradesmen and women.
In-Fill Projects (Various)
Habitat, the City of Fresno and multiple partners are committed to completing various in-fill projects throughout our community as we aim to invest in and improve in established neighborhoods.
Church and Laval Subdivision
Completed in 2016 the Church and Laval subdivision brought Nine families the opportunity to attain home ownership in SE Fresno.
Habitat is intent on not just building homes; but also building communities and hope. Birthed out of a critical neighborhood need for green space, and a commitment to the residents of SW Fresno, in 2015 Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization department embarked on building a playground through partnership with local residents, Cargill, the City of Fresno and Wells Fargo.
Willow and Jensen Project
Reaching its 100th family served, in 2013 Habitat Fresno County completed a Nine unit subdivision in SE Fresno.
Clara and North Subdivision
Continuing to support some of the most under resourced areas in our community Habitat completed 11 homes in in our Clara and North Subdivision in 2011. This project later led to countless other families being served in the coming years via new homes, repairs, community gardens, playgrounds and others services being delivered in partnership with residents.
Hoisting 89 homes was no small feat. In partnership with Self-Help, and Cure, in 2008 Habitat finished delivery of an opportunity of a lifetime to many residents of SW Fresno. Aside from families realizing strength, stability and self reliance through housing this development's efforts led to a great infusion of local business revenue, local wages and salaries, and tax revenue for the local economy.