"For every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God." Hebrews 3:4 ESV
Genesee Home Build Update: Thank you Lutherans from Colfax and Endicott, and to the team from Fairfield Inn for your help this past week! This week we have a few individual volunteers coming to put up walls. See our calendar for details.
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Palouse Habitat Surplus Sale
Open Friday and Saturday 9:00-5:00
304 N. Main St. in Moscow, across from Dutch Bros Coffee, between Hahn Rental and Northwest Showcase.
URGENT!! Volunteers needed to staff the Surplus Sale! Can you dedicate 4 hours on a Friday or Saturday to lend a hand? WE NEED YOU! Contact Mike Madsen at 882.5246 or email@example.com
The Palouse Habitat Surplus Sale, our smaller version of a features new and used donated construction materials, furniture, cabinets, plumbing and electrical fixtures, lumber, decking, fencing, appliances and more! The sale is staffed by volunteers. ANYONE IS WELCOME TO SHOP and all proceeds support our mission to help end poverty housing on the Palouse and worldwide!
Donations are the lifeblood of the Surplus Sale and are accepted Friday and Saturday during business hours. Palouse Habitat for Humanity is a 501 C 3 non profit organization. Your donation may be tax deductible and we provide receipts for your tax records. Call 208.882.5246 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DID YOU KNOW?
Habitat for Humanity is a hand up, not a hand out! Our partner families must contribute 300-500 hours working on their home (sweat equity), save a $1000 down payment AND purchase the home from Palouse Habitat for Humanity. Palouse HFH sets a zero-interest mortgage based on the cost of materials to build the home. Those payments help build the next home. Why no interest? Exodus 22:25 If you lend money to one of my people among you who is needy, do not be like a moneylender; charge him no interest.
Palouse Habitat for Humanity adheres to the letter and spirit of federal fair housing law.
Palouse HfH News
United Way Award: United Way of Moscow/Latah County announced an award of $2000 to support the PHFH Home Repair program in 2014! Thank you United Way!
Graves Home UPDATE: Thank you to local community members and our regular Codger Crew for helping get walls up on the second floor! Teams from Peace and Trinity Lutheran Churches in Endicott and Colfax, and from Fairfield Inn in Moscow, helped lay the second floor and dig utility access last week. We"re looking forward to roof trusses this coming Saturday with another terrific team of community volunteers! Visit our Palouse Habitat for Humanity Facebook page to see the latest photos.
WSU Evergreen Article: Click here to read the Habitat for Humanity article in the May 2nd WSU Daily Evergreen. Thanks for helping us spread the word!
Volunteer Now!: Bring your co-workers, friends, book club, bible study group ... or just come on your own. No skills or tools required! Other Saturday dates available in October, November and December. Visit signupgenius.com, select "find a signup: and enter "email@example.com". Or contact the office at 883-8502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Culligan Donation: Thank you Culligan for donating 5 gallons of fresh cold water each week to be enjoyed by patrons of the Surplus Sale!
Donation for Ladders: Rotary club of Pullman donated funds to purchase two 10 ft fiberglass extension ladders. Thank you for helping keep our volunteers safe in high places!