Wells Fargo Donates $1 Billion to Affordable Housing
Published:  October 23rd, 2019

Wells Fargo announced it is committing $1 billion over the next six years to support nonprofits and private entities that show ability to create positive outcomes in homelessness, rental affordability, transitional housing and home ownership.

Volunteer Hands and Muscle Get to Work Volunteering
Published:  October 11th, 2019

Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County joined Bank of America volunteers and homeowners to do some exterior work on a new Habitat home in a quiet Pacific neighborhood on Wednesday. The event, in its sixth year, kicked off Habitat’s week-long Global Build.

Delta 17:00 Bar Charity Happy Hour
Published:  October 1st, 2019

For one weekend only, The 17:00 Bar is landing in the heart of Seattle. Experience a taste of Delta’s 55+ destinations from Sea-Tac as we explore happy hour around the world, one global brewery at a time.

Mayor Cheers Passage of Laws to Raise Investments in Affordable Housing
Published: September 30, 2019

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today applauded City Council’s passage of her legislation to create permanently affordable homeownership developments on under-utilized, City-owned property in northwest Seattle.

Seattle Announces Two Permanently Affordable Sites
Published:  September 5, 2019

SEATTLE, WA — Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has announced an expansion of affordable housing homeownership opportunities on two surplus city-light properties.

Habitat Seattle – King County Opens 10 Cottages In Sammamish
Published:  June 27, 2019

SAMMAMISH, WA — Three years of work and thousands of volunteer hours culminated in the opening on Saturday of 10 affordable homes in Sammamish.

Ten Eastside Families become Habitat Homeowners
Published:  June 22, 2019

SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Ten families on the Eastside now have a place to call home thanks to a project by Habitat for Humanity. The families received keys Sat to their new homes in a brand-new community.

After 13-year delay, Seattle votes to build hundreds of affordable homes
Published:  June 11th, 2019

The Seattle City Council voted unanimously Monday to move a decade-old affordable housing project forward. The plan will result in the construction of at least 235 new homes at the old Army Reserve.

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