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  • We're Hiring
    Habitat Cabarrus is seeking an experienced Family Services Coordinator who will report to the Executive Director and will direct and coordinate all activities of Habitat Cabarrus family selection/home ownership application process and all related family support activities including financial literacy training and mentoring of families up to and beyond the attainment of home ownership.

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  • Every Neighborhood

    Every neighborhood can be revitalized and strengthened.
    Habitat Cabarrus has had a strong impact in the Carver Community in Kannapolis, NC and the Logan Community in Concord, NC where entire streets have been revitalized with new homes and new families getting a fresh start. Partnerships with both cities have made a lot of this revitalization possible.

  • Every Family

    Every family needs to feel the confidence that comes from a stable home.
    Families all over the world vary in their size and how they fit together. Regardless of how they became a family, Habitat for Humanity believes that every family deserves a safe place to call home. A place to laugh, a place to grow, a place to love. Our homeownership program provides that opportunity to families looking to flourish in their new surroundings. With a bit of determination and hard work, you too can own a home.

  • ReStore

    Donate. Shop. Volunteer.
    Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. ReStore Cabarrus is conveniently located in Kannapolis, NC. All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity.

  • Every Volunteer

    Every volunteer makes a difference.
    Volunteers, partners, and donors are the backbone of our organization. Without people like you, the reality of owning a home would be a distant dream for many of the families we help every day. Even if you’ve never used a hammer before, you can help play a crucial role in our worthwhile and rewarding endeavor to build homes for families looking to improve their living conditions as well as their overall life. Take a moment to think about how you can be the difference maker in someone else’s life by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.




News & Events

About Us
What We Do

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County, a non-profit Christian housing ministry, celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2014. Over those 27 years, Habitat Cabarrus has now built nearly 150 new houses, completed rehab work, home repairs or weatherization work on over 125 houses and has served 13 families in transitional housing. Over 900 people, including 450 children have benefitted from Habitat Cabarrus’ work in our community.

  • Katie Page

    Executive Director

  • Shirley Kennerly

    Family Services Coordinator

  • "Bob the Builder" LaMarche

    Site Supervisor

  • Shanell Smaw

    Resource Development Director

  • Christine Hernandez

    Administrative Assistant

Our Stories
Meet Our Homeowners

Coni is a hard-working single mother of three. She, her son, and two daughters share a two (2) bedroom apartment. It’s a good thing this family it tight-knit because two bedrooms don’t provide a great amount of privacy. But tight quarters are only part of the reason Coni began the Habitat homeownership program.

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Latest News

Dave's Dominican Republic Trip

There are many misconceptions about Habitat for Humanity and the work we do. Some people think we give houses away. Others may think that Habitat’s work is done only in the U.S. when in fact Habitat for Humanity operates in nearly 70 countries around the globe. The problem in most of these countries is having the funding required to do the work they need to do. In order to help fund Habitat’s work overseas, each U.S. affiliate is asked to tithe a portion of their funding to help fund work in other countries.

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Get to Know New Executive Director Katie Page

If you’ve ever been to the Habitat Cabarrus offices you’ve probably met Katie Page. She is one of those people you notice.  She’s rather quiet but radiates a presence of calm competence.

She has served Habitat Cabarrus as the Resource Development Director for the past 3 years, but assumed the role of executive director on March 31, 2017, replacing former ED Dave Zablotny who will stay with Habitat in an advisory role through June.

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Habitat Cabarrus to Build It's 150th Home

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County was created to serve as part of a solution to a housing need in Cabarrus County.  Inspired by a presentation regarding Habitat for Humanity’s work in Charlotte, Reverend Jim Holderness and an Elder Dr. Peter Chikes of First Presbyterian Church in Concord reached out to community members to discuss forming a Habitat affiliate in Cabarrus County.

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A Habitat home is a strong foundation for a family, an opportunity on which they can build a better life. Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities.



A Habitat home is a stabilizing force for a family. Better, affordable living conditions lead to improved health, stronger childhood development and the ability — and financial flexibility — to make forward-looking choices.



Through shelter, we empower. A decent place to live and an affordable mortgage help homeowners save more, invest in education, pursue opportunity and have more financial stability.


  • Wells Fargo
  • Thrivent Financial
  • Elevation Church
  • Shoe Show
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • S&D Coffee & Tea, Inc.
  • ACN
  • Bank of North Carolina
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Target
  • Concord Rotary Club
  • Cabarrus County Rotary Club
  • Levine Foundation
  • The Cannon Foundation
  • Joey Logano Foundation
  • Allen Tate - Team Honeycutt
  • Leigh Brown & Associates
  • Ben Mynatt Family of Dealerships