The Miller Building

About Us

Our story

The Miller Building, which was recently acquired by Habitat for Humanity of Fairfield County, was built in 1828 and served as an Infirmary or “poor house” for more than 150 years.

Habitat for Humanity of Fairfield County, Ohio has conceptualized a unique fundraising plan to revitalize the Miller Building for the benefit of the Community and to help build housing for local veterans.

Our Plan

Flashlight Tours: Monthly tours February-June for Visitors who dare will have the opportunity to explore the Miller Building by dark and potentially encounter some of its long-time Residents.

A True American Haunt: A frightful annual fundraiser in October with unique themes conceptualized and produced each year by award-winning Hollywood make-up artists.

Third Floor Studios at Miller: Art Studios available for artists interested in creating in a unique environment surrounded by other like-minded craftsmen.

Habitat Galley: A gallery featuring local artwork and repurposed furniture, all available for sale. Proceeds will go towards the Miller Building and support Habitat’s Veteran’s Way Program.

Our vision

The vision of Habitat for Humanity is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. This is accomplished, in part, through Reusing, Repurposing and Recycling buildings and materials.

Let's work together

Interested in working with us? Great! We have lots of opportunities to get involved!

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