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Peninsula Habitat and Habitat San Francisco to Merge
It’s official! Peninsula Habitat for Humanity and Habitat for Humanity San Francisco have announced plans to merge – creating a single Habitat affiliate serving San Francisco, Marin and the Peninsula. By streamlining operations and consolidating overhead expenses, both organizations believe they can increase the number of affordable ownership homes built and have a greater impact in the community. Read more.


We all mourn the death of Kenneth Arthur, Jr., a proud father, loving husband, engaged community member and HHSF’s first homeowner. Learn more about his incredible life.

Did you know that HHSF tithes 10% of our unrestricted funds to Habitat for Humanity in Honduras? Learn more at Projects.

Watch a feature about HHSF on CBS’s "Eye on the Bay" at 7:00 pm on Thursday, May 15.

View the HHSF 2007 Annual Report.

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Projects  >  Solar Project

Solar Electric Systems on HHSF Homes

Habitat for Humanity San Francisco is committed to building homes with sustainability in mind. Through our participation in PG&E’s Solar Habitat program, solar electric systems will be installed on 50 HHSF homes. PG&E is funding the full cost of the systems, including the 12 homes on De Long Street in San Francisco.

HHSF partners with GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting renewable energy, to install the solar systems using volunteer labor. Not only do the seven completed De Long Terrace homes have solar panels, but an additional 19 systems have been installed on other HHSF homes throughout San Francisco, including HHSF’s first home built in 1996.