Bike and Ride Volunteering!

Several times a year the good people at Bike & Build put together a multi-state bike trip that stops at Habitat build sites and does other volunteer work. This summer, Habitat AmeriCorps alumni Greta Tjeltveit started her trip in Jacksonville Beach Florida and biked all the way to Santa Cruz, CA. When asked how she […]

Looking Back on Katrina

When Hurricane Katrina hit the coast of Louisiana back in 2005, the nation looked on in helpless horror as the storm barreled down on the state. It was immediately obvious that this wasn’t going to be your run of the mill storm, and people here at Habitat quickly began mobilizing to help. Long-time volunteer Vince […]

Goodbye Danielle! <3

It’s with no small amount of sadness that we announce our Operations Coordinator Danielle is leaving Habitat for Humanity this month. Danielle has a big adventure in front of her as she prepares to move to the other side of the country to Raleigh, North Carolina. Danielle joined us here at Habitat back in 2016 […]

Habitat Allstars Appreciation Night

Thank you to everyone who came out last week to our Habitat All-Stars Recognition Night! We gathered together to give some well-deserved acknowledgment to the amazing men and women who donate their time making our community a better place. Habitat for Humanity is only as strong as it’s volunteers who we rely upon to help […]

Allen is Coming Back to Habitat!

Allen just finished first Americorps term recently with Habitat for Humanity Seattle – King County and is coming back again in September. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have him out on the build-sites again! Allen has a long history with Habitat for Humanity. His mother was on the Habitat board of directors in Minnesota […]

Durkan’s Affordable Housing Proposals

Huge news this week on the affordable housing front! On Wednesday Mayor Jenny Durkan put forth two new proposals to create more affordable housing options for low and middle-class families in Seattle. One part of the bold legislation would invest over $50 million to build housing for people experiencing homelessness. The other measure would renew […]

Thank you Nate!

Every time I go to one of our Habitat build sites I can find Nate hard at work. He will be moving dirt, setting up fences, or doing any number of other jobs around our construction sites. Just recently Nate signed up for his second term with Americorps, and we couldn’t be more happy to […]

Welcome Back Ben!

Our resident Homeowner Services Specialist Ben just completed his first year of service and took the step of signing up for his second term at AmeriCorps.  It’s thanks to the hard work of people like Ben that Habitat for Humanity Seattle – King County can continue serving our community. After graduating from college, Ben lived […]

Sammamish Dedication

We wanted to send out a big thank you to everyone who came out last Saturday for our special 10 home dedication. The Sammamish Cottages Community was the culmination of years of planning and hard work, and it was so wonderful to see our new Habitat Homeowners get their keys and start this exciting new […]

Fort Lawton Signed Into Law

After fifteen years of planning, advocacy, and public outreach – we all gathered together on Tuesday to watch Mayor Jenny Durkan sign the new Fort Lawton development into law. Mayor Durkan stated it simply, “This town has grown so fast, and housing and housing affordability have become the crisis of our time. As we’ve grown […]