Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County

Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County

Whether you want to offer behind-the-scenes support or get your hands dirty on the construction site, your commitment will make a tangible difference in the lives of Whatcom families struggling to afford safe, stable shelter. Just let us know how you want to help!

Support Telegraph Townhomes!

Support Telegraph Townhomes!

The 52-unit Telegraph Townhome Project is underway! Habitat has options for volunteers of all kinds. You can volunteer for carpentry, framing, painting, siding, landscaping, clean up, and more. Be part of this historic affordable housing solution.

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Schedule a donation pickup

Schedule a donation pickup

We need your new and gently used furniture, appliances, household goods and building supplies! Give us a call at 360-778-2036 or click the icon above to schedule your free donation pick up today.

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Attend a volunteer orientiation

Attend a volunteer orientation

Learn about all the ways you can help! Volunteer orientations run about 60 minutes and are located in the back of the Habitat Store at 1825 Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham. Click the icon above to schedule your orientation.

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Join the
Carpenters Club

Join the
Carpenters Club

With a monthly donation of $10 or more, make a difference and enjoy awesome benefits, like a free ticket to the Annual Auction and 50% off at the Habitat Store during Promo Month! Click the icon above to join today.

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Shop Habitat Store Online

Shop Habitat Store Online

You can now shop online for your favorite items. We are offering free contact-less curbside pickup at the Habitat Store.

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On July 23, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development terminated the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule. Unfortunately, the Administration’s replacement rule eliminates the requirement for communities to consider the spatial distribution of affordable homes or community assets when spending HUD dollars. In the rule’s absence, there remains an urgent need for proactive efforts to address segregation and advocate to eliminate barriers to communities of opportunity for Black families and other communities historically subject to housing discrimination.

Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford commented:
“At Habitat for Humanity, our vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We know that home is more than just a house and believe that everyone should have access to the assets and opportunities they need to thrive. The United States faces crisis-level deficits in safe, decent and affordable housing that have only been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our leaders need to be focused on building more homes for families across the country, and creating inclusive, thriving communities of opportunity.”
To read more of what Habitat International had to say, click the link below.

www.habitat.org/newsroom/2020/habitat-humanity-opposes-decision-roll-back-us-fair-housing-initiative
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On July 23, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development terminated the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule. Unfortunately, the Administration’s replacement rule eliminates the requirement for communities to consider the spatial distribution of affordable homes or community assets when spending HUD dollars. In the rule’s absence, there remains an urgent need for proactive efforts to address segregation and advocate to eliminate barriers to communities of opportunity for Black families and other communities historically subject to housing discrimination.

Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford commented:
“At Habitat for Humanity, our vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We know that home is more than just a house and believe that everyone should have access to the assets and opportunities they need to thrive. The United States faces crisis-level deficits in safe, decent and affordable housing that have only been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our leaders need to be focused on building more homes for families across the country, and creating inclusive, thriving communities of opportunity.”
To read more of what Habitat International had to say, click the link below.

https://www.habitat.org/newsroom/2020/habitat-humanity-opposes-decision-roll-back-us-fair-housing-initiative
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The Balloon Bust is still ongoing! Stop by this week to help us finish Bramble Way for the Santiago-Reyes family. Spend $5 to throw a dart at our balloon wall for a chance to win discounts or even a Store gift certificate. We can do it Whatcom County; we look forward to getting the Santiago-Reyes family in their new home by the end of August! ... See MoreSee Less

The Balloon Bust is still ongoing! Stop by this week to help us finish Bramble Way for the Santiago-Reyes family. Spend $5 to throw a dart at our balloon wall for a chance to win discounts or even a Store gift certificate. We can do it Whatcom County; we look forward to getting the Santiago-Reyes family in their new home by the end of August!
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