“In the first stages of building I just put one foot in front of the other, never really believing it would come to realization . . . We have now lived in our Habitat home for 19 years. All three of my children have been given a place to call home and better yet, a place to come back to for holidays. . . I can't say enough about the way our lives have been blessed by this program and the community involved."
Debbie Mehal, Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity homeowner
We are sad to say Debbie Mehal passed away early in September. Our hearts and comforting thoughts go out to the family and friends of our dear friend and homeowner of House 2, Debbie Mehal. She was an amazing woman, always able to see the positive in challenging situations. Our lives are better for having known Debbie. Our prayers are with Debbie's beautiful family.
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Things change quickly at Habitat. One day we have just an empty lot, and the next we've got the makings of a future home. Check back often to follow the progress of our current projects.
We are approximately 50% complete on Spring Lile's house thanks to our amazing volunteers and donors. Thanks to Suncadia, Association of Realtors, Moss-Adams, Washington National Guard, Umpqua Bank, Plum Creek, the Rodeo City Rollergirls, US Bank, Bank of America, Knudson Lumber, JT Custom Homes, SC Designs and Lowe's.
Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity's 2015 Ellensburg Parade and Rodeo float titled "Raising the Roof," featuring Jumpin' Johnny
We are proud that Thrivent Financial is partnering with Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity on repair projects September 19-26, 2015. Click here for much more information.
Habitat for Humanity is proud to collaborate with Valspar and
Wells Fargo to launch the first A Brush with Kindness Week from September 19-26, 2015. This is, a nationwide effort to transform neighborhoods by painting, providing minor exterior home repairs, landscaping and cleaning up yards in partnership with low-income homeowners, many of whom are elderly or have a disability. For more information please phone Carla Tacher at (509) 962-5058 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some members of the Washington State National Guard came for a day of service on September 11, 2015. They helped out the store and at Spring Lile's house. We are grateful and appreciative for their assistance at both locations.
Decent, stable housing is more than just a roof over someone's head. It provides:
Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
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Ellensburg, WA 98926 OFFICE: (509) 962-5058
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