Eleele Iluna Subdivision

The best part of the Kaua'i Habitat for Humanity process is the day our new homebuyers get the keys to their new homes! Here are just a couple of the newest members of the Kaua'i Habitat 'ohana picking up their keys! Those keys will open up a world of opportunities for these wonderful families! We couldn't be happier for them. ...

On Friday, May 17, Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity held a Homeowner Recognition Ceremony to celebrate the completion of homes by its largest group of homebuyers since the inception of the organization in 1992. Staff, volunteers, donors, government officials, family, and friends were present to celebrate the accomplishments of the 17 families who now reside in the ‘Ele‘ele Iluna subdivision. Those...

“It was a roller coaster, but the best ride ever,” was how new homebuyer Ashley Conner described her experience becoming a home owner. Owning her own home had always been a dream of Ashley’s, but one that she didn’t think would ever come to fruition considering the continuously rising prices of homes on Kaua'i. She had heard about Kaua'i Habitat...

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...

  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...

  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...

There is nothing better than hearing the sound of hammering in our baseyard! It's a sound that indicates new homebuyers are starting the process of building the walls that will one day form their new houses. This week, four of our newest homebuyers started that process. Ashley Conner, Josey Jacinto, Taira Kajiwara and Oeita Kauakahi showed up with family and...