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News of our ‘Ele‘ele Iluna Phase IIB Groundbreaking was highlighted in The Garden Island newspaper this past weekend. An especially interesting point was made regarding how our homeowners are building wealth by building with us. Read the article as it appeared in Saturdays edition by clicking here....

Today we celebrate! Soon infrastructure work will begin on Phase IIB of our `Ele`ele Iluna subdivision. This means more families on Kaua`i will have access to a safe, decent and affordable home. Today we held a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off this phase which will provide an additional 59 buildable lots in the subdivision. ...

How did you celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. day of service? Our AmeriCorps service members spend 10 1/2 months of their year serving our community by building homes and hope with us. But on this special day of giving service they took the day off from building homes to volunteer at the Kauai Humane Society. They made a new friend...

Today seemed like a good day to celebrate! We at Kaua‘i Habitat are so fortunate to have the most amazing people volunteering their time and energy to building homes and hope on Kaua‘i, that we thought it's time to celebrate them with a delicious lunch in our office. There was even room for birthday cake as three of our volunteers have ...

Enjoy 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. http://thegardenisland.com/news/local/building-ohana-one-nail-at-a-time/article_7039d60a-f875-595d-8b0d-5b6ffc06438f.html    ...

We are currently in the process of seeking "Very Low Income" applicants to fill the remaining lots in Phase II-A of the ‘Ele‘ele Iluna subdivision. Those interested in applying to the Habitat self-help homebuyer program which uses USDA Rural Development funding, must be considered "USDA very low income" as shown in the chart below and meet other program requirements. Informational meetings...

Join us in welcoming Lucas Appel to the garden island! Lucas is a student at the International Business College in Copenhagen, Denmark, but for the next 3 weeks he'll be interning with us as part of his internship abroad program. He is looking forward to gaining experience and we're looking forward to putting him to work! We hope you enjoy...

It's time for 'Give Aloha', Foodland's annual community matching gifts program. This program honors Foodland's founder, Maurice J. "Sully" Sullivan, and his legacy of giving back to the community. From September 1-30, you can make a donation up to $249 to Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity at the Waipouli Foodland and Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match a portion...

For a limited time, KIUC and the County of Kauai are sponsoring a local free home efficiency service to low-income and elderly families. Upgrade your home and reduce your bills! ...