June 24 is the return of Habitat's Overall Ball, and we couldn't be more excited to see everybody again!
We're planning an amazing event, with live and silent auctions, delicious dinner & dessert, a chance to meet current and future homeowners, and the opportunity to Sponsor a Stud!
Home should be a refuge, a safe place to rest, to make memories that will last a lifetime, to watch children grow. But, for too many, that isn’t the case. There isn’t any one obstacle to affordable homeownership — it can be a disaster or an unexpected diagnosis, entrenched discrimination or an unfolding financial crisis. But there is one key to unlocking a brighter future: home.
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Snow Family Building Contest sadly postponed due to rain.
Volunteers and sponsors needed for the return of this great event! Tickets go on sale March 15
Equity in housing is achievable and better public policies can play a key role in making that happen.
Following their attendance at "Habitat on the Hill 2022: Building a More Equitable Future", Shellie Barrus and Alison Kuhlow are now better equipped to mobilize the organization, our volunteers and community members, to advocate for home affordability and influence policies.
It is an especially happy new year for Anna May and her family as they became our local Habitat for Humanity’s latest official homeowner family! The first year of the pandemic showed us that home is important: for shelter, for security, for stability, and many more reasons.
In February, Executive Director Shellie Barrus and Alison Kuhlow will participate in Habitat for Humanity International’s annual legislative conference on the national level: Habitat on the Hill.
This year, we invite YOU to add to our collective voice by participating in Virtual Hill Day by sharing the same message with policy makers. Keep your eye on our Facebook and Instagram accounts @HabitatSWC for updated information, February 8-10.
After eight years of serving on Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties' Board of Directors, Tom Steinmetz steps down to make way for a new generation of board members.
We appreciate your support in every way you express it! If you are still considering a year-end gift to Habitat, there are many ways to give.
An end-of-year letter of thanks from our Executive Director Shellie Barrus, plus an Impact Statement for our 2020-2021 fiscal year.
As the Build Back Better Act bill moves to the Senate, we need you to email your Senators today, urging them to include affordable housing legislative priorities in the final legislation. It only takes a minute.