deserves a decent place to live.


At Kaua’i Habitat for Humanity, we bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

It’s not only about building homes, it’s about improving health, financial security, and opening doors to new opportunities. Mahalo for your help in breaking the cycle of poverty and supporting affordable housing.

Kauai Habitat joins other Habitat organizations across the U.S. to launch a five-year advocacy campaign aimed at finding solutions to help create policies that will allow 10 million individuals to meet their most basic needs. Find out how you can help at kauaihabitat.org/costofhome.

 Opportunities are available at our build sites, offices,  and ReStore. We welcome individuals of all abilities as well as organized groups.

 Kaua`i Habitat for Humanity provides opportunities for homebuyers in need on Kaua`i to build and buy their own home using our self-help model. Add your name to the notification list to be informed of upcoming housing offerings.


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Whats New:

  • Thrivent Financial is once again busy building homes and hope on Kaua’i. This amazing group of 34 led by Tom Edelen and Amy Heinen began their week of vol...

  • On August 8, 2023, devastating wildfires hit three cities on the island of Maui – Kula, Kihei, and Lahaina. Among the three fires, the most devastating damage o...

  • Join us as we welcome two new members to the Kaua’i Habitat ‘ohana. Clinton Allen and Emily Heinen are AmeriCorps service members that will be servi...

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Established in 1992 after Hurricane `Iniki, Kaua`i Habitat for Humanity has built over 220 homes and

Participate in an Affordable Housing Design Competition!Better Block Hawaiʻi, in partnership with the County of Kauaʻi and the Rice Street Business Association (RSBA), is hosting a design competition to increase awareness and interest for the County's Affordable Additional Rental Unit (ARU) Program. Design competition winners will be provided a financial award (between $250 and $3,000) and their designs will be published in a design booklet. The competition is open to Hawaiʻi residents recently graduated from or currently enrolled in a college or university (not restricted to Hawaiʻi-based programs). To compete, participants must develop a design proposal for a future ARU to be hypothetically built on Kauaʻi. Design proposals must be submitted via email to info@betterblockhawaii.org by midnight (HST) on Sunday, October 29th.For more details on submission requirements and design guidelines visit www.betterblockhawaii.org/aru-design-competition. ... See MoreSee Less
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Building ‘Ohana.