Archive for The Garden Island

We Love our RSVP Volunteers

We were so excited to attend a luncheon where RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) honored the many men and women on Island who make a difference in our community through volunteerism. Kaua‘i Habitat is but one of the many nonprofits on Island who benefit from the great work these individuals do. In particular, the steady contributions made by Loren Johnson and Guy Ambrose is immeasurable. Read more about the event and the many volunteers who make a difference in the article “RSVP honors its many volunteers” published in The Garden Island newspaper.

The Garden Island – RSVP honors its many volunteers


Volunteers keep Habitat homes moving

It couldn’t be said any better! Volunteers truly do keep Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity homes moving! Read the article published in The Garden Island highlighting our latest group of Global Village volunteers as they build homes, community and hope!

click here to read: Volunteers keep Habitat homes moving

Helping home-buyers

Our goal at Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity is to help those in need of a safe, decent and affordable house achieve the dream of homeownership. To achieve this goal it is imperative that we inform and educate not only on the need for affordable housing on island, but also on the process of attaining it. The need for affordable homes on Kaua‘i is great, and the process for applying can be intimidating, but we are here to help explain and walk those interested through the process. Please read the guest article in The Garden Island newspaper by our Executive Director, Stephen Spears, as he sheds light upon both the need and the process of obtaining a Kaua‘i Habitat home.

Habitat is all about helping home-buyers – The Garden Island

Great Article in The Garden Island

Read the great article published in The Garden Island newspaper about our newest homebuyers and the long road that led them to this joyous occasion.

Click here to read – Habitat dedicates 2 new houses

Building Ohana One Nail at a Time

the garden islandEnjoy this great article as it appeared in The Garden Island newspaper regarding our work and the funding options available. Two informational meetings will be held this month for those interested in applying for the Habitat self-help homebuyer program, which uses funding from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Department.



In the News

the garden islandDid you see the article in Saturdays edition of The Garden Island about Dow AgroSciences build day with Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity? If you missed it, here’s a link to the article. Together we are building homes, building hope and building ‘ohana.

The Garden Island- Something to build upon

Global Village Team Happy Campers

happy camperOn May 1, 2015 our Global Village team visiting from Canada made The Garden Island newspaper! Their photo was featured in Happy Camper for May 1, 2015! This team is really making an impact on our community. The picture was taken while the group was taking a break from painting a home in Hanapepe as part of Kaua‘i Habitat’s Brush with Kindness program that renovates homes in need of some TLC. Article and photo by Dennis Fujimoto, The Garden Island.

The Garden Island – Happy Camper for May 1, 2015

Need for Affordable Housing

the garden islandWe have been saying it over and over again. There is a tremendous need for affordable housing on Kaua‘i. Please read the article published in The Garden Island newspaper regarding just how difficult it is to achieve the dream of home ownership on Kaua‘i.

Housing affordability on Kaua‘i slipping away – The Garden Island

ReStore Featured in The Garden Island

Debbie ReStoreIn case you missed it. Here is The Garden Island article about our ReStore® and the 22 years Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity has been building homes and hope on Kaua‘i. We are celebrating today with an Anniversary Sale in our ReStore®! See you there!

Eguchi Key Passing

DSCN1838As you may already know we had a wonderful time passing the keys of our 115th home to the Eguchi Family this past Friday. Read the article as it appeared in The Garden Island newspaper.DSCN1854