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News of our Volunteer Appreciation Week breakfast made the news! Check out the story as it appeared in The Garden Island newspaper. A house makes a difference - The Garden Island...

As National Volunteer Week winds down, we wanted to make sure our volunteers know just how much they mean to us. So this morning we held a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast to present them with tokens of our appreciation and recognize all the hard work they so generously do for our organization and community. We couldn't be more grateful to have...

We are celebrating National Volunteer Week this week! It's the time of  year that we shine a light on the people that make an impact on our lives through volunteer service. We are truly blessed to have so many wonderful individuals giving their time and talent to making sure everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to call home...

  CLICK HERE TO SEE FLYER Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity is announcing a new offering for affordable housing (house and lot) in its 'Ele'ele Iluna Subdivision and possible other scattered lots. Individuals who are interested in applying to the Habitat self-help homebuyer program must fall within low income guidelines and meet other program requirements. Those interested should attend one of our four...

Earlier this week we posted a blog highlighting the Recognition Ceremony for our National Service Volunteers. We are so proud of them. Read the article that was published in The Garden Island newspaper about this wonderful event. The Garden Island - Mahalo, Service Volunteers PC: Dennis Fujimoto...

Please help us welcome the newest member of the Kaua'i Habitat 'ohana! Maddi is an AmeriCorps service member who will be spending the next 10 1/2 months building homes and hope with us. AmeriCorps is a national organization that addresses critical community needs through volunteer service. Maddi comes to us from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and enjoys basketball, hiking and doing...

Today the County of Kaua'i recognized and celebrated the impact and accomplishments made by AmeriCorps members at a National Service Recognition event at the Lihue Civic Center. Our own AmeriCorps members, Matt DiNote and Brandon West, were joined by other AmeriCorps members that have been embedded within the Kaua'i community to address critical needs on the island.  Kealoha Takahashi, Executive...

It's always hard to say good-bye! Especially to a Travel & Build group that are so dedicated to our mission of ensuring everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to call home. This group, led by Jean Currie, impressed us all with their work ethic. You could really see the pride they took in getting so much done while...