Habitat for Humanity


We collaborate with the Habitat for Humanity organization to engage parish members in volunteering and fundraising efforts to build and improve housing for families in need.

Who We Serve

We serve families and individuals in need of affordable and decent housing, regardless of their background, by engaging volunteers and the community in building and renovating homes.

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Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County

Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County, with thousands of sponsors and volunteers, has built over 940 homes for hard-working, low-income Houstonians. Habitat Partner Families contribute 300 hours of “sweat equity” and complete training on home ownership to purchase homes with no-interest mortgages.


A world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Mission Statement

Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County works by faith to change lives and empower families by building homes in partnership with God and people from all walks of life.

Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every family should have the opportunity to own a basic, decent home in which to live in dignity and safety. Habitat partners with community organizations to create affordable housing and help develop responsible homeowners and successful neighborhoods.

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Why You Should Serve

Serving in the disaster response ministry of a Catholic parish is a way to directly help those affected by disasters or emergencies and provide them with necessary support and resources during a difficult time.

What We Do

In the disaster response ministry of a Catholic parish, volunteers assist in various ways such as providing emergency shelter, distributing supplies, and offering emotional and spiritual support to those affected by a disaster or emergency.

When We Volunteer

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How Can I Help?

Expectant Mothers Need Your Help Now!

Prince of Peace greatly needs our help. They assist expectant mothers in northwest Houston, which includes St. Max. Whether you can help once, occasionally, or regularly, they need you.

Here’s what you can do?

– Collect baby donations & maternity clothes, drop off at St. Max or PoP.

– Help with assembling “welcome baby” starter kits.

– Work in storage room to organize materials.

– Shop for items with their church donations.

– Help with fundraisers.

– Donate gift cards to purchase baby items.

– Shadow a PoP volunteer as they give expectant moms spiritual & material help and friendship.

For more information, or to get involved, contact Allison 713-449-6661 or


Contact Us

Susan Gallagher

Director of Mercy Ministry

Manuela Rodriguez (Bilingual)

Mercy Ministry Receptionist

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Call us during our office hours Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at 281.469.2686 or send us a message below.
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