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Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County (HFHMC) is a nonprofit Christian ministry. We build decent and affordable homes to improve the lives of families in Decatur, Hartselle and the surrounding communities of Morgan County, Alabama.

People in need partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Future Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers like you and pay an affordable mortgage. With your help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

Our Decatur Habitat ReStore gives new life to great merchandise and provides a new start for families. The funds we generate help build Habitat homes in Morgan County. We receive new donations of furniture, household items, building materials, and more daily, so stop in often. You never know when you might uncover your next great find!

Family Spotlight

Moore Family

Two teens looking to escape bad home situations and build something better…that would be Harold and Kathleen Moore. Decades later, they’re on the verge of achieving their dream –  homeownership, but the journey hasn’t been without obstacles.

Harold and Kathleen both were raised in upstate New York. Their living situations and family lives were less than stellar, dotted with family members struggling with addictions. Each of them wanted something more, but wasn’t sure where to find it. Eventually they found Jesus…and each other, which turned out to be a winning combination. They married and were determined to have a different family life than the ones they had personally experienced. They desperately wanted to be self-sufficient and not dependent on others for financial support. Their families didn’t understand their desire for independence or their newfound faith, and eventually the Moores moved to Alabama to break away from what they considered “toxic family relationships.”

They desperately wanted to be self-sufficient and not dependent on others for financial support.”

In 2010, life had settled down, and both Harold and Kathleen were working full-time jobs. A rare infection suddenly struck Harold, resulting in two emergency surgeries in one day. He was back to work in two months, but the physical trauma gradually took its toll, resulting in full-blown kidney failure a year later. Kathleen became his caretaker, administering dialysis at home multiple times per week. In addition to a decrease in income and rising medical bills, the Moores were paying more than a third of their monthly income for rent and utilities. The house where they lived was old and in disrepair – a problem that exacerbated Harold’s health issues. When they heard about Habitat, they thought, “Let’s just go and check it out.” After hearing the details, they were convinced this could be a path to accomplishing a dream. Once their application was approved, they rolled up their sleeves and jumped right in…working on construction sites, attending classes, and documenting how they spent their money. Their teenage son, Michael, has loved the construction experience! He is thrilled to know that not only can he help build the family home, but someday it will be his after his parents are gone. Now, he’s even considering a future career in construction.

Their teenage son, Michael, has loved the construction experience! Now, he’s even considering a future career in construction.

Kathleen says having their own home is “a big, wonderful change for us.” It lifts a huge burden off their shoulders and gives them a new sense of safety and security. They are looking forward to cookouts on the back patio and Bible studies in the living room. They are so thankful for the things they’ve learned, the people they’ve met, and the opportunities they’ve been given. Their response to the Habitat program: “We’ve invested, but we’ve gotten SO much more!”

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We don't give homes away. We work with volunteers to build our homes, then sell them to deserving families. Interested? Talk to us today!
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Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County2 days ago
Our 83rd Habitat house. This house was built for Tim and Hope Bumpus and their children. Thank you to groups from 3M, GE, Publix, the Dream Center, and the Army Recruiters for helping us build this house.
Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County
Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County6 days ago
Our 83rd Habitat house. This house was built for Tim and Hope Bumpus and their children. Thank you to groups from 3M, GE, Publix, the Dream Center, and the Army Recruiters for helping us build this house.
Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County
Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County1 week ago
Our 83rd Habitat house. This house was built for Tim and Hope Bumpus and their children. Thank you to groups from 3M, GE, Publix, the Dream Center, and the Army Recruiters for helping us build this house.

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