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ReStore Celebrates Anniversary with Generous Community Support

Two years ago a handful of eco-minded locals dreamed together while sitting around a table in the Whole Foods Market in Kimball Junction. What if…we could open a warehouse for local donations to Habitat instead of directing those donations to affiliates in Salt Lake and Orem. What if…these donations could benefit affordable housing right here in [...]

A Safe Place to Play

Local Non-Profits and Canyons Resort Join to Revitalize Eastside Family Park Park City, UT – April 8 – Habitat for Humanity, Wasatch Back Trees and 65 Canyons Resort employees dedicated a day in early April to plant trees, weed, mulch and lay new sand at Marion’s South Summit Park. The team was able to clean-up [...]

Local Businesses Host “Nickels for Nails” Fundraiser for Habitat

Booster Juice and Resort Retailers 7-Eleven Stores host Nickels for Nails “houses” to collect donations for coming critical home repair projects. If you visit our local 7-Eleven or Booster Juice Stores, you may have noticed a Habitat fundraiser called “Nickels for Nails”. Pocket change can transform the safety and energy-efficiency of homes for our partner [...]

Big Changes at the ReStore

New manager. New hours. New entrance. Celebrating our one year anniversary on Earth Day, April 22nd!   Meet Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties new ReStore Manager Bo Brady. Bo joins Habitat as the ReStore Manager, responsible for overall store operations and customer experience. Bo works with Habitat and ReStore staff, and the many [...]

ReStore Celebrates Anniversary with Generous Community Support

Two years ago a handful of eco-minded locals dreamed together while sitting around a table in the Whole Foods Market in Kimball Junction.

A Safe Place to Play

Local Non-Profits and Canyons Resort Join to Revitalize Eastside Family Park

Habitat on Hand as Governor Declares 2014 as “A Year of Service in Utah”

Habitat staff and AmeriCorps Team members were on hand in the State’s capitol on February 27th for Governor Gary Herbert’s declaration naming 2014 as “A Year of Service in Utah”. Last year, each Utah resident gave on average more than 81 hours of service, earning Utah #1 ranking in National volunteerism for the eighth consecutive year!

Local Businesses Host “Nickels for Nails” Fundraiser for Habitat

Booster Juice and Resort Retailers 7-Eleven Stores host Nickels for Nails “houses” to collect donations for coming critical home repair projects.

Big Changes at the ReStore

New manager. New hours. New entrance. Celebrating our one year anniversary on Earth Day, April 22nd!  

ReStore ReOpens after “Face-lift”

The ReStore has reopened with expanded hours, new merchandise and new pricing. Habitat’s AmeriCorps Team, dedicated volunteers, and staff gave the home improvement re-use store a face-lift during Sundance installing shelving, organizing, and making it easier to shop. New store hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Visit our Facebook page for specials, and sign up for our email list to hear about new additions to the store in the weeks to come!

Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps Reach Out in Summit County

Park City, Utah, February 3, 2014 An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team of eight has arrived in Park City to work alongside Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties. Members of the “Blue Team” who hail from California to Massachusetts will be out in the community to build awareness about affordable housing solutions available to low to moderate income home owners and to promote the AmeriCorps program. The team will participate in community outreach promoting Habitat programs and other local programs and services available for locals until March 19th.

Thank you for giving!

Your donations through Love Utah Give Utah will support critical home repair projects this year!

Habitat for Humanity Receives Top Award for Energy Efficiency & Environmental Design

PARK CITY, UT (March 17, 2014)
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties (“Habitat”) newest home will receive the highest-level certification for comprehensive environmental/sustainable design and construction.

Habitat and AmeriCorps Build New Partnerships to Impact Housing

Written by Sean Savage, AmeriCorps Blue Team member

In mid-February, Coalville was struck with a number of uncharacteristically large rain storms that caused flood damage to many of the houses in the area. These storms flooded streams and impeded the flow of many essential culverts that help maintain much of the normal overflow of water. In fitting with their commitment to national service, the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team working alongside Habitat for Humanity took time to prepare sandbags to prevent flood waters from causing damage within the community.