Veterans Build

RALEIGH, North Carolina USA (05/25/18) Photos from the 2018 Build-A-Thon wi© Habitat For Humanity International / Marcello Aquino
T-shirt for volunteers who are also veterans reading Serve. Protect. Build.

Veterans Build is Habitat for Humanity’s national initiative to provide housing solutions and volunteer and employment opportunities to U.S. veterans, military service members, and their families.

As an official Veterans Build Affiliate with Habitat for Humanity International, Pikes Peak Habitat is part of a national effort to not only provide affordable housing solutions (homeownership and home repair) for men and women who have served but also join a larger voice advocating for the needs of our veterans and their families.

As a Veterans Build Affiliate, we’re also committed to seeking more volunteer engagement from veteran groups as well as recruiting veterans for employment, internships, and other service opportunities.

Read about some of our recent partnerships with and for veterans!

As veterans, we served to protect and now we build for those who have served and protected our nation.

I love the concept of honoring our veterans that are continuing to serve, and in building a home they’re protecting -- whether they’re protecting another veteran or somebody who never served in the military, it doesn’t matter. A decent place to live is one of the best forms of protection a family can have.

-Dusty Last, ReStore volunteer coordinator and veteran

Habitat homes with an American flag flying

Are You A Veteran in Need of Affordable Homeownership or Home Repairs?

We serve veterans through our homeownership and home repair programs. Learn more!

Meet our 4th Veterans Build Partner Family

Karmen is an Army veteran and single mom who looks forward to raising her sons in a stable, permanent home!

Interested in helping build affordable housing for our veterans?

Past Veterans Builds

A Note about the Land

We acknowledge that the land on which we build is the traditional territory of the Ute, Cheyenne and Arapaho Peoples. We also recognize the 48 contemporary tribal nations that are historically tied to the lands that make up this region.