Planned Giving

Dream Builders' Society

You can give hope to future generations of families in need.
Your support today will makes it possible for Habitat to reach out to families in the future. When you give to Habitat for Humanity through your estate or long-term financial plans, you are forging your life legacy with our housing ministry and ensuring that later generations can secure decent, safe and affordable housing.

To learn how you can provide a lasting legacy, call (772) 223-9940,e-mail
Please consult with your professional tax advisor before making additions or changes to your estate plans. 


You may name Habitat for Humanity of Martin County to receive a future bequest from your estate; you may also name Habitat for Humanity of Martin County as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or designate Habitat for Humanity of Martin County to receive what’s left in your retirement fund. (As with any deferred gift, Habitat for Humanity of Martin County strongly encourages you to discuss details with your personal attorney of financial advisor.)

Click here to learn more about bequests.

Stock and Bond Gifts

A charitable gift of stocks or bonds provides an opportunity for tax savings while generously sharing with others. A gift of stock owned for more than one year entitles you to a charitable deduction for the full market value at the time the gift is made. If the stock has appreciated, you also avoid a capital gains tax on the appreciation. In addition to helping Habitat for Humanity of Martin County, you may diversify away from low-basis, long term holdings into other assets that will better suit your current needs.
For more information, contact Habitat at (772) 223-9940 or e-mail



Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, social distancing guidelines and state regulations, we ask that all ReStore customers wear protective face coverings while shopping in either of our stores. Please limit touching items to those you intend to purchase. 
ReStore donation pickups will begin Monday, June 8 on a limited basis, with some new contact-free rules in place. Please call (772) 223-9940 for donation pickup options. Deliveries are still halted at this point. If you have an item you purchased prior to the quarantine that is on hold at one of the stores, you are more than welcome to arrange your own method of delivery in the meantime.
 In an overabundance of caution, we are still not accepting volunteers in either of the ReStores or on the construction sites until further notice.

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