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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 10am - 6pm
9 Washington Street, Attleboro, MA 508-639-9577

Building on Faith Week

Building on Faith Week is September 16-24, and offers an amazing opportunity to make a real impact on local community needs by participating in a volunteer project with Old Colony Habitat for Humanity in Attleboro Read More

Attleboro Home Dedication Ceremony!

Old Colony Habitat for Humanity Dedicates State-of-the-Art “Green” Home. Congressman Joe Kennedy Deeply Moved by “Hand Up” Given to Local Family ATTLEBORO, Mass. – June 20, 2017 – Old Colony Habitat for Humanity today announced Read More

Sun Chronicle features Home Dedication!

The Sun Chronicle’s article “Habitat for Humanity delivers a new home in Attleboro“ features Old Colony Habitat’s Home Dedication Ceremony which took place June 19th on Holman Street! Click here to read the article in Read More

Thank you HarborOne Bank volunteers!

Many thanks to HarborOne Bank’s volunteers for their interior and exterior work on their recent build day! Finishing touches go into place on our Holman St build as we are nearing the home stretch! Shutters Read More

Clothing Drive Huge Success!

Over 1000 pounds of clothing was collected at the Mansfield Savings Bank clothing drive! Thank you Mansfield Savings Bank and Deb Gagnon for a hugely successful fundraising event. The proceeds will help towards finishing our Read More

Thank you Travelers!

A big thank you to Travelers Insurance for your recent Build Day! The Travelers team helped with the interior painting at our Holman St. home build. Thanks for keeping our Attleboro Build on track! We Read More

Thrivent Financial Partnership

Old Colony Habitat for Humanity and Thrivent Financial recently enjoyed an evening of work, fun and food with the local faith community in the Attleboro ReStore. In attendance were members of Second Congregational Church, First Read More

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