Volunteer Experience:“There is nothing better in life then giving out a helping hand to your brothers & sisters in Hawaii…” -Manny Crawford
Homeownership Information Sessions:
2014 Information Sessions
Don't miss out on the last 2014 Fall Session!
Come and learn about Habitat for Humanity’s Programs!
October 11th - 10:00 to 11:00 A.M.
Honolulu Habitat for Humanity Office
RESTORE IS OPEN!
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A BRUSH WITH KINDNESS
A Brush with Kindness (ABWK) helps preserve homeownership by partnering with low-income homeowners struggling to restore and maintain a safe and decent place to live. As this program is fairly new, outreach efforts are targeted to low-income homeowners who are in need of minor exterior repairs to maintain the safety their homes. Services include painting, fence repair, ramps, roof repair, etc.
Our 2014 Annual Build-a-Thon was a Great success!
With the help of our donors and supporters, we raised $20,000 to support Honolulu Habitat’s building efforts to eliminate substandard housing on Oahu.
This two-day hands-on construction project brought together individuals and teams of community volunteers from Honolulu businesses and military groups, to work together with our five low-income Habitat families to build their simple, decent homes in the Kumuhau, Waimanalo subdivision.
A BIG Mahalo to ALL of our donorsBooz Allen Hamilton Tripler AMC Nurses CBRE Cares Central Pacific Bank Hunt Companies Wells Fargo Starbucks Ala Moana Schofield Barracks Army B.O.S.S. HHH Board of Director Members St. Ann’s Church St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Kaneohe’s Boston Pizza Frito-Lay Pepsi Co. William DeRamus, Photographer
Thank you for helping us reach our goal!
Would you like to be a part of our upcoming VALENTINE’S Donor Build Day on February 15th?!!! A $15.00 minimum donation will get you a Kumuhau T-Shirt and a cupcake!
2014 INFORMATION SESSIONS
Come and learn about Habitat for Humanity’s Programs.
Honolulu Habitat works to provide a simple, decent house for low income families. Habitat will build a house with volunteer labor and provide all new materials with a no interest loan. In order to qualify, you must attend an Information Session and you must own or lease the land where the house will be built.
Honolulu Habitat for Humanity also has a repair program, A Brush with Kindness (ABWK), that helps preserve homeownership by partnering with low-income homeowners struggling to restore and maintain a safe and decent place to live. As this program is fairly new, outreach efforts are targeted to low-income and veteran homeowners who are in need of minor exterior repairs to maintain the safety their homes.September 13th at 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. Papakolea Community Center 2150 Tantalus Drive, Honolulu, HI 96813 Presentation on Home Ownership. September 20th at 9:30 to 10:00 A.M. Honolulu Habitat for Humanity Office 922 Austin Lane #C-1, Honolulu, HI 96817 Presentation about A Brush with Kindness September 20th at 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. Presentation on Home Ownership. September 27th at 10:00 A.M. Waimanalo Library 41-415 Hihimanu Street, Waimanalo, 96795 Presentation on Home Ownership. October 11th at 10:00 AM Honolulu Habitat for Humanity Office 922 Austin Lane #C-1, Honolulu, HI 96817 Presentation on Home Ownership.
A great t-shirt collection! Want to add to yours? We have some awesome commemorative shirts on sale for our Kumuhau project in Waimanalo. Buy them in the ReStore or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Executive Director, Genie Brown, had the honor of handing over the keys to the Panoncial’s. This was a heartfelt moment for all!
Joe and Bernie opening the front door of their new Habitat home!
If you are interested to help provide meals for our Habitat family, volunteers and Construction team please call the Volunteer Coordinator, Connie at 380-8616 or email her at email@example.com
Mahalo to this amazing group for volunteering with us on June 22nd, 2013. They worked so hard and had such a great time on site that the Habitat families were really touched by their serving hearts. We had volunteers come from Canada, Florida, New York, California, everywhere and even our local youth right here in Hawaii that joined us. We appreciate that the youth wants to get involved in helping out in the local communities and it’s such a great things to see at such a young age.
MAHALO to HOPE Youth Corps! We hope to see you again.