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Habitat for Humanity 2019 - 2020
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Dang H. Nguyen
State Community Director
Email: COMMUNITY@kofc-wa.org
Phone: (425) 341-3017

Habitat for Humanity of Washington State

This is a statewide Habitat organization established in 1997 to assist Habitat affiliates serving homeowners in Washington State. Habitat for Humanity of Washington is an affiliated organization of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, Christian housing organization that works both to eliminate poverty housing around the world and to make adequate housing a matter of conscience and action. Habitat welcomes to the table partners from any faith – or from no faith – who are willing to pick up a hammer to help improve the lives of families needing decent shelter.

Habitat for Humanity of Washington State

  • Provides access to statewide resource development opportunities
  • Serves as a forum for collaboration and networking
  • Advocates for affordable housing
  • Offers a limited number of programs and services
  • Coordinates statewide training

 


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Habitat for Humanity


A Higher Purpose
Build homes for families in need. Knights of Columbus councils are asked to donate a minimum of $1,000 or 200 service hours to Habitat for Humanity projects in their community. A featured program, Habitat for Humanity counts for two credits toward the Columbian Award.

Overview
Knights of Columbus councils work closely with Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit Christian organization, to build homes for families in need at substantially reduced costs. Each year, councils throughout the world donate a considerable number of volunteer hours and dollars to this worthy cause. In order to satisfy program requirements, councils are asked to donate a minimum of $1,000 or 200 service hours to Habitat for Humanity projects in their community.

Featured Program Requirements
Councils are required to donate a minimum of $1,000 or 200 service hours to a Habitat for Humanity project in their community. Report activity using the Habitat for Humanity Report Form (#10092).


More resources for councils are available on the Supreme Council's website


Additional Resources

Habitat for Humanity - Supreme Resouce

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