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Neighborhood Revitalization Program

The Neighborhood Revitalization Program focuses housing and volunteer support in our partner neighborhoods to honor community identity, prevent displacement, and forge impactful partnerships with local organizations.  Our projects benefit the health and safety of the neighborhood, as well as support the development of community spaces.

Community Collaborations: Rock the Block

Rock the Block 2017

On Saturday, June 16th, we effectively closed off a community block to traffic for the day, opening it to teams of residents and other volunteers for a concentrated effort to improve the appearance, health, and safety of both private and public properties.  Read more on our blog>>

Good Glows Here Campaign

In the summer of 2017, Habitat SKC launched a campaign to maximize the impact that our Neighborhood Revitalization Program has in our Neighborhood of Focus – Rainier Valley. The Good Glows Here campaign reinforces our commitment to supporting the health and safety of the Neighborhood of Focus by prioritizing and addressing resident concerns about safety and lighting.  Read more on our blog>>

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Rainier Valley

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Our target neighborhood is the Rainier Valley. This neighborhood has a very rich history of culture, with over 50 languages spoken in the neighborhood, and is touted to be America’s most diverse neighborhood according to the Census bureau. This rich culture is at risk of displacement. Learn more>>


Delta Build

Learn more about our Westway (Federal Way) Neighborhood constructions and acquisition rehabs.  Learn More>>

Community Partnerships

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Habitat for Humanity is working every day in Seattle and King County with our region’s greatest organizations to fight the affordable housing crisis. See who we are engaging with and how you or your organization can also get involved. Learn more>>

Home Repair Program


The Home Repair Program helps low-income homeowners maintain the integrity of their homes – offering critical health, safety, and accessibility needs at costs they can afford. Learn more>>