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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
Last updated: 5-23-2020, 

Our highest priority is the health and safety of our entire Habitat of White Co., AR  community— staff, homeowners, volunteers, supporters, and all our neighbors.

Therefore, starting March 18, Habitat of White Co., AR  administrative offices will be closed to the public and will remain closed until further notice. Additional steps will be evaluated and communicated as necessary.

The following operations will be suspended or closed to the public beginning March 18:

All volunteer activities will be canceled until further notice.
Our office at 1315 W Beebe Capps Expressway Searcy, AR will be closed to the public until further notice.

All homeowner application appointments and approval processing is suspended until further notice.

As part of the Habitat for Humanity of White County, AR  family, you understand the power of community action. Thank you for your continued support during this time and for your part in promoting the well-being of our entire community.

Many of our homeowners are in positions at the forefront of the crisis, including health care workers, civil servants, service sector employees; those to whom a missed paycheck can mean catastrophe. If you were planning on volunteering, shopping at the ReStore, or supporting Habitat in the coming weeks, we strongly encourage you to support our mission through an online donation today.

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Other Information


Builds are still continuing limited volunteers until further notice. This enables subcontractors (electricians, plumbers, etc.)  and staff to properly keep social distancing..There will be plenty of volunteer opportunities in the future..


All volunteer opportunities are canceled until further notice. We know how important our work is to the families we serve, and we hope to limit disruptions to our production schedules by allowing staff to continue working while practicing social distancing.


To ensure proper social distancing, staff will not unload your vehicle. There will be a designated area for you to drop off items. All items must be in boxes or bags. All clothing must be on hangers and in a bag or box.  We will no longer be going into homes for pickups. This is to reduce exposure by staff and donor. We ask that all items be left in a garage, on a porch or carport. We will not be allowing new volunteers until further notice. We greatly miss all of our customers and donors and are eager to see y'all at the ReStore.