Our Mission:
Habitat for Humanity Choptank works in partnership with God and all people to transform communities and the lives of qualifying families in Dorchester and Talbot Counties by building simple, decent and affordable homes.


SINCE 1992



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The Habitat Choptank ReStore is relocating.

The location at 8648 Commerce Drive, Easton

is closed to bring you a brand new location!

The ReStore truck remains available to pick up donations at your home or business.

Truck scheduling will continue during the move.

Call 410-820-6186.

During the relocation, drop off donations will be accepted on a set schedule.

Click here for details.


Hiring for Director of Construction

This team member will lead and oversee all aspects of Habitat Choptank’s construction program in a way that utilizes staff, volunteer labor and materials to produce quality, energy efficient homes in a safe affordable manner. Position includes scheduling, planning, site selection, procurement, working with subcontractors, working with architects, zoning, building permits, site management and the unique opportunity of working with volunteers and the future home buyers.  For additional information, click here.


25 in 5 is Habitat Choptank's initiative to enable more hardworking low-income families to improve their housing condition.


In 2010 and after 18 years of service, Habitat Choptank completed its 50th home with was sold to home buyer Rowena Potter. While this is a shining example of what a community can accomplish when it comes together to address an important need, many more of our working neighbors are living in substandard housing. Our experience shows that with the education, support, and interest-free loans that Habitat provides, many of these families, working alongside local volunteers, are able to improve their housing situation. At the same time, neighborhoods are transformed for the benefit of everyone in our community.

     Read Rowena's Story

In response to this urgent need, Habitat Choptank's 25 in 5 initiative set the goal of completing 25 homes over a five year period ending 2015. In an effort to broaden the scope and impact of the mission, this bold plan has been expanded to serve  more than 25 families through both energy efficient new home construction and housing repairs.

We're making progress!  16 homes completed through 25 in 5:

  • Unit 401 at 31 Clay Street, Easton
  • 210-A Brooks Lane, St. Michaels
  • 703 Wright Street, Cambridge
  • Unit 402 at 31 Clay Street, Easton
  • 245 North Street, St. Michaels
  • Unit 501 at 31 Clay Street, Easton
  • Unit 502 at 31 Clay Street, Easton
  • 50 Pleasant Alley, Easton
  • 439 High Street, Cambridge
  • 701 High Street, Cambridge
  • Unit 3 at 233 Port Street, Easton
  • Unit 4 at 233 Port Street, Easton
  • Unit 5 at 233 Port Street, Easton
  • 707 Wright Street, Cambridge
  • 501 Edgewood Avenue, Cambridge
  • 832 Fairmount Avenue, Cambridge
  • and 3 more homes are currently in progress

Also through 25 in 5, 18 owner-occupied homes have been improved

via our pilot weatherization program.



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Habitat for Humanity Choptank does not discriminate on the basis on race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or other legally protected status in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activities. The affiliate does not discriminate in its lending, volunteer engagement or employment practices. 

Habitat for Humanity Choptankis a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization -- donations to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.  A copy of Habitat Choptank's current financial statement is available upon request.  Documents and information submitted to the State of Maryland under the Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act are available from the Office of the Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis, MD 21401 for the cost of copying and postage.

initial site development by diving dog productions, inc. 2005