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Our Global Impact

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Building Green

Your car donation in Seattle will benefit Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County!

Cars For Homes

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Celebrate with our Families

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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  • Congratulations Habitat Families-December Dedications

    December 16, 2014

    Celebrating Our Homeowners Saturday December 13th, 2014 As 2014 comes to a close we are excited to announce the dedication of the final Rainer Vista homes to five hard working families. Congratulations to the Behon family, the Hydara family, the Hirsi family, and the Zeleke Tabot family. These families are excited to be joining the […]

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  • Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County Important Update

    November 24, 2014

    Last Friday, Kirk Utzinger, our CEO, announced that he will be leaving us for a leadership position with the Yellowstone Park Foundation. Kirk’s last day will be January 2nd. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Kirk. He gets to return home to Bozeman, Montana, and contribute to his lifelong passion for Yellowstone National Park.  We’re sad […]

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