A groundbreaking ceremony was held on August 8 for our first two single-family homes to be constructed at Silver Creek Village.
When people work together, we accomplish more. Vail’s EpicPromise Foundation is an incredible supporter of our organization and a clear demonstration of how powerful teamwork and community can be.
Habitat for Humanity of Summit & Wasatch Counties joins Habitat organizations across the country to launch a new national advocacy campaign aimed at improving home affordability over the next five years.
Habitat for Humanity of Summit & Wasatch Counties has ambitious plans for the first phase of its new Silver Creek Village project.
While our construction sites aren't safe for children, there are other ways they can help local families.
Deconstruction is the responsible way to remodel, and has economic, environmental and social impact.
We believe that home is the foundation for our lives, and it should provide an atmosphere of contentment and calm where individuals can thrive. Everyone deserves a safe, affordable place to call home.
Though spring cleaning is often most associated with bleach and glass cleaner, scrubbing and dusting, many also use the time to declutter their homes of items they no longer use...
Deconstruction is an environmentally-friendly alternative to demolition. Trained deconstruction crews carefully disassemble the building to salvage as many of the reusable materials as possible, diverting them from local landfills to organizations like Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore...
We are thrilled to announce the completion of the spring financial literacy workshop series – “She Means Business.” The 8-week course is made possible by your generous donations, sponsorships, and in partnership with local women in business who volunteer their time teaching about the financial topics they specialize in...