2022 Habitat for Humanity Project

UUAA is part of an interfaith group of 13 area congregations, the “Good News Group” that has been working together since 1997 in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley. We have helped 36 families (with over 66 children!) move into affordable, very energy efficient housing, primarily in Ypsilanti neighborhoods. We help families, neighborhoods and the environment– and we laugh and have fun doing it.  Click on this link to view a map of the homes we have built and renovated in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area.

We always need your donations to help pay for these community outreach programs. Use this Donate button to make an online donation (be sure to select “Habitat for Humanity” in the dropdown selection list).


Our 2022 Good News Home Renovation 

The 2022 Good News Home is at 893 Nash Ave. in Ypsilanti.

The homeowners for the Nash House have not been decided yet, so stay tuned!

We are again joining our Good News partner congregations and Habitat for Humanity Huron Valley for UUAA’s 23rd year of helping work on a “Good News House”.

Want to Volunteer to Work on Site?

Work days are Fridays and Saturdays from May thru August. The work day is 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Our UUAA work days are

  • Saturday, June 4th (with Brighton/Whitmore Lake Methodist Church)
  • Friday, June 24th
  • Friday, July 15th
  • Friday, August 12th

  Sign up to work on this year’s house or provide snacks for the workers using this SignUpGenius sign up link :

Download the 2022 Health and Safety Precautions

Directions to the house…

Site Volunteers: If you have not submitted a waiver in 2022, you need to submit the electronic HHHV adult volunteer waiver using this link.

All volunteers must complete a volunteer waiver once each year. [If you cannot access the electronic waiver, you can download  print and sign this adult waiver and bring it on your first volunteer day.]

 Site workers wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you don’t mind getting splashed with paint or mud or sawdust.
No special skills needed! You will be taught how to carry out tasks that are new to you.


All tools are provided. You can bring your own tools if you want, but please mark them to make sure they go home with you!

The site work can include installing insulation, installing windows, floor repair, wall repair, caulking, installing blue board, cabinets, shelving, fixtures, lighting, painting, landscaping and other related work. 

 Questions? Email habitat@uuaa.org .