Safe, decent, affordable housing is the centerpiece of Veterans Build. We are expanding programs to build new homes that are energy-efficient and affordable in partnership with veterans and active-duty service members. It is our goal to serve veterans by providing affordable home ownership opportunities. Learn about becoming a Habitat homeowner here.
We provide volunteer experiences that bring together veterans, military families and their neighbors. These experiences ease the transition to civilian life and keep veterans engaged with new types of service by offering fulfilling volunteer opportunities on the build site. Sign up for a volunteer orientation here.
Our free education classes allow anyone in the community learn they skills they need to become and remain successful homeowners. We provide home buyer classes specifically for the unique needs of veterans and their families in addition to classes open to the general public on topics like credit repair, home maintenance and disaster readiness. A complete list of classes is available here.
Investing in Habitat’s Veterans Build program allows companies and organizations to make a difference for veterans and active-duty service members and their families in the local community. It also offers an opportunity for companies and organizations to highlight their commitment to community service and support. By sponsoring Veterans Build, you will support a Snohomish County family in addition to our local veteran and military community. Read more about sponsorship here.
Our first Veterans Build project in Gold Bar
Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County is building a single-family, two-bedroom home in Gold Bar, Washington. Under the Veterans Build program, this project aspires to provide home ownership opportunities to a veteran, active-duty service member or their families. Additionally, this project seeks to engage veterans and active-duty service members in at least one-third of its build dates.