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State of the Nation's Housing, 2022 5

State of the Nation’s Housing

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University just released its latest State of the Nation's Housing report, suggesting that after a record-shattering year in 2021, the housing market is now at an inflection…

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Weyerhaeuser House #1

Welcome home, Christina

After three years of hard work, Christina and her family are welcomed home to the first of the Weyerhaeuser Alumni sponsored houses in Pierce County.

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Housing Disparity in Tacoma

Housing Disparity in Tacoma

The City of Tacoma released a comprehensive report on race-based disparity in homeownership in November 2021, which found clear disparities associated with Black populations owning homes. Read some of the more impactful data points within.

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Weyerhaeuser Alumni Homes

Weyerhaeuser Alumni Homes

Eight retired Weyerhaeuser Company executives led a campaign to raise $1.18 million and provide housing for ten families across five years.

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Upzoning

Upzoning

Navigating state bills can be difficult to follow, especially with finding the differences and similarities between SB 5670 and HB 1782.

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Building on Faith: 2016

Building on Faith

The Bill Barrett Legacy House is also the Building on Faith home for this year. Learn more about our Building on Faith program as well as future homeowner Sara.

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Habitat Challenge FAQs

Habitat Challenge FAQs

Our urban rappel is back! The Habitat Challenge, set for Friday, September 16, 2022, is a daring fundraiser for Tacoma Habitat where you will find yourself 245' above Tacoma with just one way down. Learn…

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Transformational $4.5M Gift

Transformational $4.5M Gift

American author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott gifted $436 million to Habitat for Humanity International, including a one-time, unrestricted $4.5M to Tacoma Habitat.

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Collegiate Challenge, 2022

After a hiatus of two years due to the pandemic, Collegiate Challenge is back! Tacoma Habitat was pleased to welcome students from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) and Catholic University of America (Washington DC).

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