Builds

Help us welcome Martha to the garden island! Martha is recently retired and has caught the travel bug. We are so glad she decided to utilize our Travel & Build program as a way to see the beauty of Kaua'i while helping out our community! Our volunteers are the BEST! Mahalo Martha...

[caption id="attachment_10078" align="alignnone" width="800"] High fives all around[/caption] An amazing display of community occurred yesterday! The Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, Lihue Clubhouse received a significant donation from Pure Storage to update their facilities. This financial donation was followed by a work day for employees of Pure Storage to give of their time in addition to the donation. On Thursday,...

For the second time this year students from Kapa'a High School arrived at the Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity jobsite in 'Ele'ele to work along side Habitat home buyers as they build their future homes. The purpose of these community projects is to provide relative learning opportunities for the students in Michelle Gibson's Social Studies class. With relative learning, the students...

 Our visiting volunteer group from Trinity Western University made the news in our own local newspaper; The Garden Island. Read the complete story "Spartans come to build" to find out what our volunteers think about working with Habitat for Humanity and the impact it has on them.The Garden Island - Spartans come to build ...

Despite the weather, a lot is getting done at our jobsite this week thanks to the wonderful volunteers from Trinity Western University! For several years team leaders, Allan and Sylvia Kotanen have visited our island from Canada with students from Trinity Western University to help us build homes and hope. This year they returned with 22 students and spent the...

On Saturday, January 26, 2019 more than 120 volunteers from the Hoopili Hou student leadership conference arrived to volunteer at our 'Ele'ele Iluna subdivision.  Read all about it in the article published by KHON News 2! KHON 2 - Kauai Habitat for Humanity helped by 120 student volunteers...