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Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity is happy to welcome two new members to the Kaua'i Habitat 'ohana! Juliana Sebben and Kyle Gilioli will be serving our island community as AmeriCorps service members, building homes and hope on Kaua'i. AmeriCorps is national service program that works with organizations to address critical needs in the community. At Kaua'i Habitat they will be...

Homeownership consists of far more than just building a house. The beautiful thing is those houses become homes, and those homes quickly become part of our community. We're so fortunate that here on Kaua'i we have a strong community that understands that by supporting each other, our community grows stronger. Recently two local organizations in our community went out of their...

Stability is a word we hear often at Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity. It’s something every family is seeking, but in these economic times, it is getting more and more difficult to achieve. It’s especially difficult for young families, like Tara McCoy and her little ones, who are just starting to build the foundation for their future. This foundation will determine...

  Interested in serving the Kaua'i community as an AmeriCorps Service Member? Kaua'i Habitat is happy to announce we have been awarded four AmeriCorps National Construction Crew Leader positions for the 2021-2022 service term. Applicants will need to apply through the HFHI/AmeriCorps website at https://www.habitat.org/about/careers/americorps/construction-crew-leader-2021-22-6691br. Resumes and cover letters, as well as questions may also be sent to Chelsea Crapser at...

A lot goes into becoming a homeowner. Many find the process intimidating and overwhelming, causing them to give up before they even get started. This is a serious problem, as we know home ownership provides a path out of poverty and offers security and stability to families on island. That's where Hawaiian Community Assets comes in. According to their Mission;...

We’d like to take a moment to offer a special thanks to Chris and Joan Davies, long-time Habitat volunteers, world travelers, and all around great folks who spent their winter volunteering at our construction site. They contributed a total of 230 volunteer hours and in addition to building homes, they also built a strong rapport with our staff and homeowners....

It wasn't your ordinary parade! Organizers of this year's Pride Parade had to overcome tremendous obstacles in order to pull off a safe and entertaining event this year. Taking the states COVID restrictions into consideration, the organizers planned a fun filled 'reverse' parade that allowed spectators to drive along the parade route and enjoy seeing the participating floats lining the...