2015 Annual Habitat Benefit Luncheon

2015 Annual Benefit Luncheon

Our Global Impact3

Our Global Impact

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Building Green

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Celebrate with our Families

Cars for Homes Earth Day

Cars For Homes

Our Global Impact

Habitat International CEO Jonathan Reckford thanked Habitat Seattle-King County for contributing the largest fundraising tithe out of 1,500 affiliates nationwide.

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Building “Green” is building better. As part of our effort to be a responsible, sustainable home builder, our green building practices promote water conservation, energy efficiency and healthy indoor environments. .

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Drive & Build

Donate your car today to build more affordable homes in King County.

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Homeowner Stories

When they applied to become Habitat homeowners, Negussie Mekonnen and his three children lived in a cramped two-bedroom apartment.

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Welcome 2015 AmeriCorps!


2015 AmeriCorps - Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County

Say hello to the 2015 Americorps! 

Advocate for Habitat!




Advocacy for Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County and on behalf of affordable housing in Washington stateThe Washington Legislature is considering two items that are very important to the issue of affordable housing in our state. However, one of them – Senate Bill 5655 – could die this week if it is not scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Ways and Means Committee. The bill would specifically allow organizations such as Habitat for Humanity – organizations that provide home-ownership opportunities for low-income people — to be considered for an allocation from the state Housing Trust Fund. Please contact your state senator as soon as possible and ask that Senate Bill 5655 be scheduled for a hearing.

The second piece of legislation is a proposal in the state capital budget to allocate $100 million to the Housing Trust Fund, which was established in the late 1980s and is administered by the state Department of Commerce.

Here is how you can help Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County Build Louder: Lend your voice in support of these measures.

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