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Critical Home Repair Spotlight: Ms. Mattocks

2023-01-27T09:54:56-08:00January 27th, 2023|

South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity’s Critical Home Repair program helps seniors age in place. Critical Home Repair (CHR) is a program that works directly with homeowners who need assistance with critical repairs to address health and safety issues in their home. CHR provides a vital service to homeowners, makes a positive impact on their lives and often times their neighborhoods as well.

Habitat for Humanity Selected for the Boulevard Road Site

2022-04-12T15:33:03-07:00April 11th, 2022|

On January 5, 2022, the City issued a Solicitation of Interest seeking a development partner for the City owned property at 3900 Boulevard SE. The City received 12 responses which were reviewed and discussed by the City Council on March 22. The Council articulated their top priorities to guide selection, which included the degree of housing affordability, home ownership opportunities and the inclusion of a neighborhood center. Habitat was selected to proceed into an exclusive negotiation agreement with the City as their proposal achieves all three objectives to a high degree.

Lowes Build Day

2015-08-13T15:41:48-07:00July 15th, 2015|

Lowes Home Improvement Store Staff off College and Yelm in Lacey joined us on Wednesday, July 15th for a day of giving back to their community. The team were able to lay sod down in the common area between our first 5 homes as well as around the 2 homes that are we are just

Home Dedication in Irvington

2015-03-30T20:31:12-07:00December 3rd, 2014|

Representatives of Habitat Newark and Anheuser Busch joined Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker and Pastor Festus Ezeji from Resurrection Power Fellowship Ministry to celebrate the newest Habitat Newark home in Irvington. Keys were handed to Amoatey family during a dedication ceremony on December 3. This new Habitat for Humanity Partner Family proudly devoted more than 400 hours of “sweat equity” to become a Habitat for Humanity

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