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The need for affordable housing on island was addressed at a recent Kaua‘i County Council meeting. Read the article 'Housing needs are astronomical' as it appeared in The Garden Island Newspaper. http://m.thegardenisland.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/housing-needs-are-astronomical/article_2e86af62-6d99-578e-8c47-dd51e445c0d4.html?mode=jqm      ...

Mahalo Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity volunteers for dispensing hydration at the Koloa Plantation Days water station! ...

It was a great morning to say mahalo to our wonderful volunteers!! That's why we met them at Grinds Café for a volunteer appreciation breakfast! We can't thank you enough for all the good you do at Kaua`i Habitat!!! ...

It's that time of year again! Back to school time! What better way to start the school year off than with a new wardrobe. Beginning July 26th clothes will be 50% off, so hurry in for the best selection!...

Today around 20 volunteers from Westcoast connections arrived to help clean up our facility. Westcoast Connections|360° Student Travel is an organization that provides travel experience to teens with an emphasis on community service....

Two more families closed on their homes in our `Ele`ele Iluna subdivision this week. We are so happy for them. Seeing the houses go up is good, but watching the families moving into their new homes is great! Welcome to the neighborhood!!! ...

We currently have a wonderful group of individuals on island helping Kaua`i Habitat for Humanity build homes and hope! They are visiting us as part of a Global Village team and will spend the week at the jobsite in `Ele`ele. We are so fortunate to have them here and hope they feel the aloha spirit when they travel the island...

While two families in our ‘Ele‘ele Iluna subdivision were watching the walls raised on their future homes, two others were moving in to their completed homes just down the street. This week Marti Smith and Nick Wehrly received their certificates of occupancy, which means moving day has arrived. Congratulations Marti and Nick, we couldn't be happier that the two of you...

It's a very busy time for Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity! Two more families on Kaua‘i are watching the walls go up on their future homes. We couldn't be happier for the Pundyke and Niau-Kanahele families. We will continue fighting the affordable housing crisis on Kaua‘i one house at a time. ...

Tropic Care is currently on island offering free basic medical care. This is a great opportunity for many on island residence to receive services that they may not normally have access to. Bus service to Tropic Care locations is also free. Services offered include physical exams, eye exams, eyeglasses, dental exams, tooth extractions and fillings. We just wanted to share...