We first met Joy three years ago when she was at risk of losing her home due to a health crisis. 💔 Hear from her perspective how it felt to have her own community provide the “Ultimate Gift” this Holiday season!
Check below for our construction timeline. “As always we could not be here with out you and love to have our community beside us in this journey,” shares partner family Amanda Swift. Tired of being stuck at home & ready to volunteer!? Email Julia at [email protected] to get involved.
The Halo awards are North America’s highest honor for corporate social initiatives and cause marketing and showcase successful consumer engagement and employee engagement efforts. This year Habitat for Humanity is honored as a winner of this title! A Little Habitat History: There are two commonly held myths about Habitat for Humanity. First, that former President […]
Tillamook County Habitat for Humanity is proud to announce that our 2019/20 Homebuild project is underway! This week we received our demo permit to take down the existing house where we will build two new construction homes in it’s place! Together with volunteers, contractors, and community members like you we will build two 3 bedroom […]
With tarps and pallets on the roof and buckets in the home to catch the leaking rainwater; the Roose family in Tillamook was in desperate need of a new roof. But with medical bills to pay, the nearly $17,000 project seemed like an impossibility for Yvonne Roose and her three boys.Luckily, with the help of […]
As a local resident enjoying a quiet coastal life with her beloved dog, Anndell suddenly found herself unable to return home after pipes broke under her house. All water access was cut off and both bathrooms were destroyed by the flooding. Anndell has been forced to live in a hotel the past seven weeks while […]
Sometimes all we need is a helping hand. Six months ago the Neaves family was looking at a heap of hardships. The loss of a job, facing foreclosure on their home, repossession workers coming to take the car and on top of everything, their roof was beginning to cave in. David Neaves, husband and father […]
By Max Kirkendall For the Headlight-herald Strength, stability and self-reliance are the building blocks for the Tillamook Habitat for Humanity organization. The goal of providing the community with an affordable housing option is one the program has taken steps in achieving since its inception 15 years ago with their 27—soon to be 28—homes built over […]
It’s been a busy and productive week at TCHFH as we hosted a Washington Youth group for the week. This is their 13th year partnering with Tillamook County Habitat and this year they were able to serve a variety of community needs including: painting the Miller Habitat House, helping clean the ReStore, serving four Habitat […]