GREEN DOOR PROJECT

When the rains come in Mozambique, many families have to sleep standing up due to leaking thatch roofs. These homes wash away and even collapse when the rain is heavy, many times while the family is inside. You can help build homes that last for generations to come.

Join us and #bethebuilder!

A house is the life-long dream of every poor man. 
— Pastor Jeronimo Cessito

More About Green Door Project

We credit Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity, for the vision behind our Green Door Home project. We build low-cost cement block homes with wood trusses and tin roofs—sturdy enough to last a lifetime. Chosen by a local committee, recipients of a Green Door home are usually orphans and widows. We ask these new home owners to help as they are able with construction and to attend home stewardship classes. 

Why the name "Green Door"? The color green recalls the gift of life that God created in Genesis 1. Painting the front door green signifies an act of completion and is a witness to Christ in the neighborhood.  

We have built over 200 homes to date. In Mozambique, the cost to build a home is $2,600.

Will you #bethebuilder?