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Serving: Attleboro, Bellingham, Foxboro, Franklin, Mansfield, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Norton, Plainville, Rehoboth, Seekonk & Wrentham

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HOURS: Tuesday thru Saturday 9am - 5pm
9 Washington Street, Attleboro, MA 508-639-9577

ReStore Grand Opening!

Old Colony Habitat for Humanity held the Grand Opening of its new ReStore on Saturday, February 20th. 150 volunteers plus State Senator James Timilty, State Representative Paul Heroux and Mayor Kevin Dumas attended. Each presented Read More

Habitat ReStore Now Open!!!

THE NEW HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ReSTORE IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AND WHAT A PLACE IT IS! 9 Washington Street Attleboro, MA 02703 508-639-9577 HOURS: Tuesday thru Saturday 10am – 6pm Great prices on everything Read More

New Shed Built for Rehoboth Senior Center

Old Colony Habitat’s “A Brush With Kindness” program has just completed building a new shed for the Rehoboth Senior Center! Click here to read the article in the Rehoboth Reporter on page 21

Thank you to recent contributors

Thank you to our generous donors: Webster Bank for their generous $3500 donation (pictured at left) Raymour & Flanigan, they partnered with Old Colony Habitat for Humanity at their Home Show event in North Attleboro Read More

ABWK – A Brush with Kindness

Now Taking Applications – Click here to apply! Old Colony Habitat for Humanity is pleased to present our newest program “A Brush With Kindness” which offers home repair to homeowners in need. This is another Read More

Seekonk House Dedication Ceremony!

Kathy Coyle was the center of attention as around 70 well-wishers joined her on Gude Street in Seekonk to dedicate her new home. Built by volunteers with Old Colony Habitat for Humanity, the house was Read More

Gude Street Project Surges Ahead!

Volunteers continue to help Kathy Coyle realize her dream of home ownership by devoting their time to the construction of the Habitat home on Gude Street in Seekonk. As the month of December heralded the Read More

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