Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity builds and preserves affordable housing in partnership with hard-working, low-income families.
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity builds homes year-round in El Paso County and partners with more than 3,000 volunteers each year. Habitat homes are affordable, energy-efficient, and create permanent housing solutions for families across our community.
Meaningful partnerships with donors, sponsors, and volunteers help keep our houses affordable.
Habitat's award-winning design and energy-efficient building practices make our homes a sustainable investment.
By adding affordable homes to El Paso County's housing stock, we're increasing the rate of ownership in neighborhoods and creating stability for residents.
The Ridge at Sand Creek Neighborhood in Colorado Springs:
The developed land of these 30 lots was donated by Love in Action, a Colorado nonprofit corporation. We will build at least five houses per year on these lots. By building Habitat homes here, we will create a mixed-income neighborhood.
Follow our The Ridge at Sand Creek Habitat homes' building progress and learn about their future homeowners by clicking on the individual build pages below.
Micah's View Neighborhood in Fountain:
Micah’s View was named in honor of MicahTice, a U.S. Air Force Academy PreparatorySchool Cadet Candidate and PPHFH construction site volunteer. We will build two new houses in this development in 2021.
Follow our Micah's View homes' building progress and learn about their future homeowners by clicking on the individual build pages below.