This past year has been a roller coaster for us. From completing our second Habitat home in Gold Bar to weathering COVID-19, we have grown and adapted like never before.  Learn more about how you can help below.

Michael and Vickie moved into their new home!

This year, we got to see Michael and Vickie move into their home in Gold Bar. They now spend time with their grandchildren and relatives who were unable to visit their old, unsafe apartment. 

Our up-and-coming repair program will help low income working families stay in their homes.

Right now, we are piloting a new Home Repairs Program. This service will enable us to perform critical home repairs – like ramps – and home preservation projects – like exterior painting – for low-income homeowners in Snohomish County. After we complete eight current test projects, we will evaluate the program in anticipation of announcing it to the public in early 2021.


Continuing to weather COVID-19.

In March, we closed our stores to comply with the Governor’s stay-at-home order. They reopened in July, and we implemented new safety measures to keep employees, customers, and volunteers safe. The closures led to a loss of $295,000 in revenue for our program and operations budgets. We’re still trying to recover from that hit.

A message of hope from our Executive Director.

Take a few short minutes to watch this inspiring video from Roger Johnson, our Executive Director, looking forward with faith to 2021.

On the horizon: Twin Creeks Village.

Next year we will also begin construction on our most ambitious project yet, Twin Creeks Village. This multifamily development in Everett will provide homes for 24 low-income working families over the next five years. We have already begun the civil planning phase, and we are set to break ground on civil construction in mid-2021.

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