Palouse Habitat for Humanity has re-opened the application period for the 2018 home in Potlatch. Call 208-883-8502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. You or someone you know might be the next Habitat homeowner! Deadline is May 30 at 5 pm.
Our annual dinner and auction fundraiser, Beans ‘n’ Jeans, is Saturday, April 21st at the SEL Event Center. Call the Habitat office at 208-883-8502, click here or order online, or email email@example.com to reserve your tickets now! Tickets are $40 each, or $400 for a table. Auction items are welcome through the end of March…
Shop the Palouse Habitat Surplus Sale on Friday, November 10th and Saturday, November 11 for 50% off EVERYTHING *(except yellow tagged items). Palouse Habitat for Humanity thanks our service men and women for their dedication to our country.
Many thanks to United Way of Moscow/Latah County for awarding $3000 to Palouse HFH to cover material and overhead costs for home repair projects for low-income homeowners in need of accessibility repairs in our area. What does that mean? Elderly and disabled individuals in our area can get in and out of their homes safely!…
One Page Information Sheet Deadline Friday, October 27, 2017
Thank you Beasley Realty for supporting Habitat for Humanity with your annual Breadstick fundraiser at the Lentil Festival! On Thursday, Steve French of Beasely Realty presented Amber Minard and Jennifer Wallace of Habitat with $806 to purchase materials for Amber’s home in Potlatch.
Palouse Habitat for Humanity is proud to announce that Amber Minard has been selected as the Habitat Future Homeowner for the 2017 home. Minard was selected from a pool of 4 applicants based on criteria that included need, ability to make mortgage payments, and ability to be a successful Habitat homeowner. The Habitat Family Selection…
Two works days down for future owner Amber Minard on her home under construction in Potlatch. Part of becoming a Habitat homeowner is putting in 300-500 hours of “sweat equity” to volunteer on the build site and give back to the community.
Excavation is complete. Foundations are next.