Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
New Year, New Home? Tour an “in-progress” Habitat for Humanity House
Saturday, January 21st
11am to 2pm – presentation at noon
Nora Porter Loop, just off Hancock past 10th St. in Port Townsend
See a Habitat home as it is being built and have your questions about Habitat homeownership answered on Saturday, January 21st from 11 am to 2 pm at our 12-home Birkenfeld Community. See the size, neighborhood and available lots and pick up your application for partnership housing with Habitat. We will give an informational presentation at noon.
Affordable mortgages are made possibly by your sweat-equity and community support. Typical monthly payments are $650-$800. Homeowner Orientations take place every Wednesday at 11 am in the Habitat offices. Contact Michele 360-379-2827 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat. Applications for homes starting in fall 2017 are due on February 3. Equal Opportunity Housing.
Right now, the only home Alexandria knows is her mom’s strong arms.
She doesn’t know those arms are swinging a hammer to give her and her big brother a home. Khristell was struggling to raise her children in East Jefferson County, where she grew up. They were planning to move away, another young family lost from the local community.
Habitat for Humanity is changing all that. Khristell is building her future home alongside Habitat volunteers and preparing to pay an affordable mortgage. She is extremely grateful for the opportunity to build a better life for her family. Your financial support of any amount will help bring strength, stability and independence to local families like Khristell’s.
We are on the brink of an exciting adventure for Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County! Habitat is entering a strategic planning phase of development for our future. We would love for you to be a participant in this critical process. Results from this survey will be combined with information we are gathering from meetings and one-on-one conversations. This will help our Board of Directors and staff as we plan for the next few years of Habitat’s work.
This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Survey results will be compiled by Sept. 30th.
Thank you in advance for your time!
Yours in Partnership,
Interested in affordable housing? Read the Martin’s Story and Tour an “Under-construction” Habitat House.
Learn how one local family has found a solution in partnership housing with Habitat. The Martin family shared their story with the Port Townsend and Jefferson County Leader – click here to read the article.
Anyone interested in learning more about Habitat’s programs, or those who would like to see the workmanship on a Habitat house, are invited to an “under-construction” open house and tour on Monday, July 18th. Drop in anytime from 4-6 pm at our current work-site on Nora Porter Loop (located off Hancock St. across from Seaport Landing). Habitat has nine available lots ready for development, view the homes, lots and pick-up your application.
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We are participating in Seattle Foundation’s sixth annual GiveBIG on May 3! In addition to Seattle Foundation’s stretch pool, Rick and Debbie Zajicek have given us a 1:1 matching challenge grant, up to $25,000! Don’t let this generous match go to waste. You can even arrange your gift ahead of time. Plan on supporting Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County as part of our community’s biggest day of giving of the year! Click to GiveBIG.