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Your donations, grants, sponsorships, and support directly impact the low-income families we serve in New Castle County. Click here to see a few program highlights from 2022 made possible by your contributions.

We look forward to partnering with you in 2023 to create equitable, livable, and resilient housing and communities in New Castle County.


Minimum gifts of $2,500 from individuals and $10,000 from businesses made in 2023 may qualify for the Neighborhood Assistance Act which provides state tax credits equal to 50% of the value of the donation.

Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis and once the portal closes, we can no longer submit applications.

Application instructions

  1. Make a qualifying gift to Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County. 
  2. Download and complete the following applications: NAA Tax Credit Application and 2001AC Application.
  3. Return your documents & proof of donation by email or mail to

1920 Hutton St, Wilmington, DE 19802. 

For more information contact Kathi Barber, Director of Development, or call 302.300.0533.


Latest Happenings


 Delaware Habitat Affiliates Hold Joint Press Conference on

New Statewide Needs Assessment

Delaware’s three Habitat for Humanity affiliates held a joint press conference to announce findings from a new Statewide Needs Assessment for Repairs to Low-Income Owner-Occupied Housing in Delaware. The Needs Assessment was conducted by researchers from the University of Delaware's Biden School of Public Policy & Administration and funded by a grant from the Delaware Community Foundation. Studies reveal that individual hardships, among low-income homeowners, tend to be concentrated geographically in declining or distressed areas.

View the Press Conference highlights

Read the full Statewide Needs Assessment

H.O.P.E. Episode 5 - Home for the Holidays

This month, Habitat NCC CEO, Kevin Smith, is joined by Ruby Dyer and Cheris Henry, both Habitat NCC employees and Habitat homeowners. During this episode, Ruby and Cheris discuss how having a stable home can impact the holidays, and share family traditions that started when they became homeowners.

New episodes of H.O.P.E. are published on the 15th of every month and can be streamed and downloaded on all major streaming apps.


Volunteer Updates


Thank you to all our volunteers who have given time to help us build homes,

communities, and hope. This month we had the pleasure of working with teams

from Incyte and DuPont.

Volunteer Today

ReStore Updates


New Employee: Katteem Harmon is the new Driver/Donations Ambassador at the Prices Corner ReStore. You can find Katteem out and about in the county picking up donations or assisting at the ReStore.

New Prices Corner Winter Store Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10 am - 5 pm. We will be closed Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays. Donations will still be accepted on Tuesdays at the loading dock 10 am - 4:30 pm. Middletown ReStore remains open Tuesday-Saturday 10 am - 5 pm.

Holiday Closings: Both the Prices Corner and Middletown ReStores will be closed to celebrate the Christmas holiday on Saturday, December 23 & Tuesday, December 27. We will also be closed on Saturday, December 31st.

Thank You to our November Corporate Donorsο»Ώ



Upcoming Events in 2023


DoMore24 Delaware

March 2, 2023 at 6:00 pm to March 3, 2023 at 6:00 pm

Do More 24 Delaware is a 24-hour online day of giving and we need your help to spread the word on social media about HFHNCC.

How can you help? Visit the HFHNCC page on DoMore24DE.org between March 2 and 3 by 6 pm each day and make a gift, or click here to donate today.

Save the Date

June 1, 2023

Habitat NCC's Annual Breakfast

DuPont Country Club

Contact Kathi Barber, Director of Development, for more information.

More Upcoming Events

In the News

Habitat For Humanity expanding services as Delaware home repair needs increase

DOVER, Del. – Delaware’s Habitat For Humanity (H4H) affiliates say the demand for repairs on homes owned by low-income people is exploding. Now, armed with new data, H4H says they plan to expand services to keep up with the demand.

Read the full WMDT article

See more coverage of these findings at WDEL

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Thank you to our generous funders for

their contributions this year.

Citi Bank 

TD Bank            


Energize Delaware             

Bank of America       

Capital One   


JPMorgan Chase            

New Castle County   

Centre Meeting  

Dermody Properties

City of Wilmington

Wells Fargo

Black Rock Gives

State of Delaware

Cornerstone West

Incyte Charitable       

Delaware Park Casino

ο»ΏAsset Management Alliance

Delaware Community Foundation

Healthy Communities Delaware

Be Ready Community Development

Blanchard Family Foundation

Ellice & Rosa McDonald Foundation

Habitat for Humanity International


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Wilmington, DE 19802
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