Habitat for Humanity of Hall County Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last updated on 3/23/20    10:47 A.M.

At Habitat for Humanity of Hall County, our greatest priority is the safety of our staff, homeowners, volunteers, customers, and the greater community as we take proactive steps to minimize the health impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19).  This unprecedented pandemic hinders our ability to serve the community through cancelled construction shifts and discontinuing all ReStore operations including pickups of donated goods.

Leading health experts recommend that we all practice “safe-distancing” to minimize contact and prevent the spread of the virus.  We are reviewing our operational procedures weekly and will update this page with new hours and the latest information as often as is needed. 

We look forward to resuming operations as quickly as possible to promote affordable homeownership for families in our community.  We are all impacted by this crisis, but if you can, please help Habitat for Humanity of Hall County – and our community – weather this storm with your financial support.


Alison Falls McElvery, Executive Director