Clark's Habitat for Humanity Builds

Since 1996, Clark and Atlanta Habitat for Humanity have been building homes for families in need. Habitat partners with working families, sponsors and communities to build affordable, quality homes, and provide services to promote successful ownership

Important Information

What to wear? What to bring? Meals provided, etc. Everything you need to know about your upcoming build! FYI: Habitat builds rain or shine! If we must cancel due to severe weather, we will email you or your group leader.

Please print out, sign and bring with you to the check-in table on your build day.

Stay safe on the build site. Please read before your build day.

Learn what specific tasks are in store for volunteers for your chosen Build Day.

Clark's 2015 Habitat Build is Complete

Clark's 2015 Habitat Build is Complete

Clark's 2015 build wrapped up this weekend. Our sincerest thanks to our sponsors and all the volunteers who worked so hard alongside Clark to make a difference for five hard working Atlanta families. We hope you will join us again next winter!

Volunteer: Build a Home with Clark

The Habitat for Humanity Program

Atlanta Habitat gives a hand UP to needy families, not a hand OUT. Learn more about Habitat homes, and how families are chosen.

RV Care-A-Vanners is a volunteer program for RV owners who want to have fun helping build Habitat houses around the country. Learn more about this exciting opportunity!

Clark and Atlanta Habitat

Read the story of how Clark got involved with Atlanta Habitat, in his own words.

Buy a Clark Howard University T-Shirt for $10, and all $10 goes directly to Habitat for Humanity!

Each year several local and national companies donate their products and services as a way to help our homeowners settle into their new homes more easily.

Dear Clark, Just seven short build days can change the face of a neighborhood and the future of a family.

Consumer Action Center volunteer Leon Socol honors Clark Howard

Consumer Action Center volunteer Leon Socol honors Clark Howard

Consumer Action Center volunteer Leon Socol honors Clark Howard for his 60th home built for Atlanta Habitat for Humanity.

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