Habitat for Humanity of Collin County

A nonprofit organization

$135,643 raised by 164 donors

54% complete

$250,000 Goal


Habitat for Humanity of Collin County's passion is homeowners. People with a dream willing to do what it takes to have a safe, affordable, and decent place to call home. People like Laura Manning who faced incredible challenges and persevered to go from homeless to Habitat homeowner.

Laura Manning, a North Texas Native, US Army veteran, and single parent of her son Aidan and daughter Emily, was homeless. COVID-19 left her out of work making it impossible to pay rent. Schools were closing, businesses were shutting down, and Laura’s dream of becoming a first-time homeowner was fading. Through determination, hard work, and sheer grit Laura turned her family’s life around and went from homeless to Habitat homeowner.

Please consider making a gift to help others like Laura Manning go from homeless to Habitat homeowner.

Give With Purpose


Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Collin County brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.


We are part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian Principles and are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide.


We encourage positive relationships throughout the community by advocating for fair housing policies and providing training to help families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.


Habitat for Humanity of Collin County’s passion is homeowners. We need your help to provide a safe, affordable, and decent place for them to call home. Join our mission to build homes for deserving families and fulfilling their dreams of home ownership. Like the Martinez’ family whose Habitat home is currently under construction in Princeton, Texas, and like Cedric “CJ” Terry’s and LaTonia Dashield’s family whose Habitat homes will be the first built this year at The Cotton Groves and will be dedicated on Sept 20th.

The Cotton Groves is Habitat Collin County’s planned development of a 35-family townhome community with an amenities center and playground currently under construction in McKinney, Texas. Funds raised help pay for not only Cedric Terry’s and LaTonia Dashield’s homes underway but also approved "future homeowners" Keisha Boles, Anthony Wilson, Cindy Lopez, and Sharon & Curtis Palmore waiting for their foundations to be laid. Your donation is the key to building these future homeowners’ strength, stability, and self-reliance.

With your help, these future homeowners build strength and confidence knowing once they complete their sweat equity down payment (250 – 650 hours based on the number of applicants and adult children) their Habitat homes will be built.

With your support, these future homeowners experience financial stability through fixed mortgage payments affordable for their income that secure their well-being. This stability enables them to build a better future for themselves and their family.

With your donation, these future homeowners gain self-reliance from helping build their own homes, from seeing their homes built from the ground up, and from learning how to take care of their homes and make them last a lifetime.

These future Habitat homeowners need your help to make their homes a reality, and your donation is the key.

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

Habitat for Humanity of Collin County

Tax id (EIN)




Community Improvement, Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Housing, Shelter & Homelessness

Operating Budget

$3,000,000 - $9,999,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, Other


2060 Couch Dr.
McKinney, TX 75069



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