Construction Crew Leader/ Volunteer Services Coordinator

Goals The Community Engagement Construction Liaison will be critical in building the bridge between our volunteer individuals and groups, and the onsite experience they’ll have building homes and supporting the Habitat mission. The position will be responsible for connecting the King County community to Habitat for Humanity through our construction volunteer program. The member serving […]

Habitat SKC COVID-19 Update

As you know, the circumstances of the COVID-19 outbreak have evolved quickly. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County’s office, construction sites, and stores will be closed to the public effective March 18th. At this time, we hope to reopen on April 7 but will continue […]

Habitat SKC is looking for a Construction Site Manager

Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County seeks a Construction Site Supervisor to oversee the construction process at Habitat self-build job sites. The Construction Site Manager will coordinate all phases of construction including, but not limited to, scheduling, materials, budgeting, permits, inspections, and directing subcontractors. This position serves as an instructor and provides instruction and direction to […]

Habitat on the Hill – February 12th, 2020

Today is Habitat on the Hill. A day that unites Habitat staff, volunteers, homeowners and partners in Washington, D.C. to advocate for increased home affordability. With the combined efforts of thousands of supporters reaching out to their policymakers, we will make clear the need for federal support in addressing the home affordability crisis. More than […]

Have you Volunteered Yet in 2020?

Have you been looking for a way to volunteer your time and give back to your community? Habitat for Humanity Seattle – King County needs volunteers to help at our construction sites, and in our stores. Your hard work makes a real difference for local families, and we can only continue fighting for affordable housing […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Andy Iles

One of our newest regular volunteers helps out at our Habitat construction sites once a week. Originally from Arizona, Andy went to college in Texas at Rice University, where he graduated with a degree in computer science. After living in Texas for a few years, Andy ended up moving to Seattle and working for Nvidia. […]

Washington Loves Immigrants

A new study from Wallethub lists the states that immigrants made the biggest economic impact in – and Washington is one of them. Among the categories that WA led in were percent of jobs generated by immigrant-owned businesses, foreign-born STEM workers, and the percentage of Fortune 500 companies founded by immigrants or their children. In […]

What is Sweat Equity? (Infographic)

The idea of families working side by side with volunteers is not a new one, and goes back even before Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1976. Clarence Jorda (the founder of Koinonia Farm where Habitat for Humanity began) wrote in a 1968 letter, “What the poor need is not charity but capital, not caseworkers […]