Gig Harbor / Key Peninsula

The Staben's home dedication ceremony - August 12, 2012

Since 2001, twelve homes have been built on the Key Peninsula under the guidance of the Gig Harbor / Key Peninsula chapter (GH/KP) of Habitat for Humanity -- a volunteer-led chapter operating under the organizational umbrella of the Tacoma/Pierce County affiliate.

These homes are constructed using a Built-Green concept, one in which environmentally conservative and energy-efficient materials and techniques insure that we remain good stewards of the earth's natural resources.

The most recent Habitat home built on the Key Peninsula was completed in 2012 at Horseshoe Lake Estates near Purdy.