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Habitat for Humanity Past Projects


  • Weatherization: HFHMM completed 20 weatherization projects serving nearly 45 low to moderate income residents
  • Minor Repair: HFHMM completed one Minor Repair Project- removing vines from the side of a home and grinding down a tree stump
  • Takoma Park: In partnership with Takoma Park, HFHMM complete 23 exterior home repair projects in the city. These projects ranged from railing replacements, window replacements, porch repair, fence repair, sidewalk construction, ramp construction, and landscaping

2012: Past Projects

  • Neighborhood Revitalization Program Phase 2: HFHMM continued its rehabilitation of vacant distressed properties and completed three additional homes in 2012, this phase included HFHMM’s first Pride Build Home sponsored by the LGBT Community
  • Weatherization: HFHMM completed 29 weatherization projects serving nearly 115 low income residents.  HFHMM weatherized 17 owner-occupied homes and 12 homes in partnership with St. Luke’s House a non-profit that provides housing for adults with developmental disabilities
  • Critical Repair:  HFHMM expanded its home repair program in 2012 completing 2 critical home repair projects on owner-occupied homes.  Work included major landscape re-grading to prevent water from entering a crawl space, mold remediation and energy upgrades including the replacement of an unsafe oil boiler with a new energy efficient model
  • Minor Repair  HFHMM in partnership with a local faith group completed 1 Minor Repair Project- repainting a house and repairing a back porch for a long time Montgomery County resident


  • Neighborhood Revitalization Program Phase 2: HFHMM continued its rehabilitation of vacant distressed properties and completed three additional homes in 2011
  • Weatherization: HFHMM launched a new program with the goal of providing free basic weatherization services to increase energy efficiency in the home. Partnering with The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes HFHMM was able to weatherize 37 homes


  • Neighborhood Revitalization Program: HFHMM partnered with Montgomery County Government to rehabilitate thirteen vacant foreclosed properties in designated areas of Montgomery County. As a part of the program the first Women Build Sponsored home was completed in 2010
  • Neighborhood Revitalization Program Phase 2: HFHMM continued its rehabilitation of vacant distressed properties and completed one additional home in 2010
  • Clarksburg: Thanks to the generous financial contribution of Ken and Nancy Malm, Craftstar Homes sold HFHMM three MPDU condos in Clarksburg Village at a reduced cost


  • Linganore Woods, Burtonsville, MD: This community consists of 24, 3-level, 3-bedroom townhomes. It was our largest project to date


  • Jerusalem Church Road, Poolesville: This single-family home was the affiliate’s first full church sponsored home
  • Forest Glen, Silver Spring: The lots for these four townhomes were donated by Craftmark Homes and construction was financed by OBA Bank


  • Jerusalem Church Road, Poolesville: Turner Movie Classics (TMC) and Comcast provided full sponsorship for the construction of this house. Stan and Barbara Benning donated the land for this project


  • Johnson Drive, Rockville: This project involved working with the city of Rockville and County to upgrade the water and sewer lines for the whole street. Members of the Montgomery County Bar Association provided substantial financial, volunteer, and construction supervision for this project
  • Michael Court, Gaithersburg: HFHMM purchased this foreclosed property from Montgomery County in partnership with Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This condominium was renovated and a major overhaul was done on the electrical, plumbing, and heating systems


  • Montgomery Avenue, Rockville: This property was donated by the former owner. The house was renovated and the attic was converted to an additional bedroom


  • Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring: Habitat renovated this former dentist’s office into a three bedroom, two bath unit. This project was “The Houses That Congress Built” site for Rep. Al Wynn (Congressman from Maryland’s Fourth District). Freddie Mac also made a large donation for this project
  • Connecticut Avenue Estates Neighborhood, Centerhill Street, Silver Spring: The property was purchased from HUD. Target Stores supported renovations to the house as part of their “Building A Wonderful Life” program. St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church helped to sponsor this renovated duplex


  • Albert Stewart Lane, Silver Spring: Three homes were built simultaneously on this street
  • Lewis Avenue in Rockville: This house was donated by Pulte Homes and was moved from Germantown


  • Plyers Mill Road, Kensington


  • Frederick Avenue, Rockville


  • Chandlee Mill Road, Sandy Spring


  • Chandlee Mill Road, Silver Spring: HFHMM’s first home built