About Habitat Interfaith Alliance

Habitat Interfaith Alliance (HIA) is a coalition of dedicated souls who bring together people of different faiths to sponsor and help build a Habitat for Humanity home in the Denver Metro area each year. Currently representing 10 synagogues and churches—and welcoming to congregations of all faiths who wish to join the coalition—our alliance is a proud faith-partner affiliate with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. We have sponsored 19 new homes as a coalition since 2002. HIA works to address long-term poverty by providing families with safe, affordable housing. Evoking a spirit of interfaith community and benevolence, HIA's collaborations with Habitat families allow them to flourish, dream, and plan for a better future.

Our annual goal is to raise $50,000 toward the sponsorship of a Habitat home each year, to support construction costs. To achieve this goal, HIA accepts donations and hosts several fundraisers throughout the year. Our annual fundraisers are the Soup Cook-off, the HIA Golf Classic, and Brews and Brains Trivia Night. In addition to these, we have tables at Habitat’s Breakfast for Humanity, participate in Colorado Gives Day, and often hold music concerts and “dining out for HIA” evenings, and more. We also galvanize our congregations, along with members of the general public, to volunteer at these fundraising events as well as work on the build project itself.    As these events approach on the calendar each year, information will be here on our website, as well as on our facebook page.

About Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has been a Habitat for Humanity affiliate for just over 40 years. They are consistently recognized as a top producer and leader in green energy homes. Since 1979 they have served over 1200 local families in the Denver Metro Area. Over the past 41 years, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has built, repaired and sponsored (in partner countries) 2,248 homes. This represents stable, affordable housing solutions for 8,992 people. Habitat continues to set challenging schedules and milestones for themselves every year. Through their four ReStores (retail home improvement outlets) they sell reduced
price home improvement goods. Proceeds from the ReStores fund Habitat programs and perations.

Purchasing a home from Habitat for Humanity is a hand up for hard working future homeowners, not a hand out. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes and those of their neighbors alongside volunteers, and pay an affordable mortgage. With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

More information on Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver can be found here