Habitat for Humanity

Tom Bennett volunteers on a pre-COVID-19 build.

Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, which offers affordable homeownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income households, has a new name to reflect its expanding geographic scope: Green Country Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH). 

Since 2015, the nonprofit has focused most of its new home construction in the Kendall Whittier and adjacent Crutchfield neighborhoods in Tulsa. In the future, construction will expand to other areas of Tulsa and then to neighboring communities. 

Broken Arrow, Jenks, Sand Springs and southeast Osage County are areas that could soon see new home development under the GCHFH’s expansion plan, according to the organization’s leadership.

Additionally, a new ReStore — the retail arm of GCHFH that sells new and donated furniture, appliances, fixtures and other home improvement items — recently opened in Jenks, joining two existing stores in Tulsa.

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