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How We've Changed Lives

Habitat for Humanity

Tulsa Habitat for Humanity has helped over 280 families achieve the dream of home ownership. The HBA has constructed three homes since 2010, all of which were green certified and one which was 100% American-made.

Lindsey House

12 families call the Lindsey House Home. Residents arrive in the wake of homelessness, and receive shelter and life skills training. The HBA Charitable Foundation has donated over $100,000 to help maintain the facility. 
Operation Finally Home

The Charitable Foundation in partnership with the Remodelers Council donated over $40,000 to Revitalize T-Town, and charity that provides home repairs for low-income homeowners in the Tulsa Area. The HBA Charitable Foundation has again chosen them as the beneficiary of the 2019 Evening of Giving fundraiser
Community Food Bank 
The Charitable Foundation, partnered with Reasor's and News on 6 to donate over $10,000 in from 2015-2019 to the Community Food Bank, which distributes 6,000 backpacks of food each week to those in need in Tulsa County. 
Open the Door in 24
The HBA Charitable Foundation, Silvercrest Homes & Tulsa Habitat for Humanity built a home in just over 24 hours for a new Kendall-Whittier teacher resident. 
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