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Fred and Patsy pose with neighbors Brett and Kerry, who helped them replace their failing roof.

Faith & Good Neighbors

A local pastor and his wife rally their community to raise funds to replace their aging neighbors' roof, with a little help from Tacoma Habitat's Aging in Place program and Lowe's.

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Bill Barrett Legacy House 2

Bill Barrett Legacy House

Bill Barrett was a Habitat hero, and his impact on our organization and its people are boundless. His family honors his legacy with the construction of the Bill Barrett Legacy House, the first walls of…

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Presence & Bekmay

Presence & Bekmay

After two long years of quietly and privately welcoming families home, on April 2nd, the Habitat community once again gathered together for a Home Dedication Ceremony, celebrating Bekmay and Presence's new home.

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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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The Master Builders House

Master Builders Pierce Co House

The Master Builders Association of Pierce County have sponsored a home in our new development in the Fern Hill district of Tacoma. Meet the homeowners, Kevin and Chansorya and learn a bit of their story.

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Welcome home, Nancy 2

Welcome home, Nancy

While we can't currently hold home dedications, we celebrate Nancy by sharing her story. Congratulations on your first home!

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Welcome home, Jen and Aaron

A home for Jen and Aaron

After a year and a half living with family - nine people in a three bedroom home - Jen and Aaron's family move into a Habitat home on Key Peninsula. The structure was donated to…

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Homeowner Update: Elaine

Elaine reflects on her home

Habitat homeowner Elaine reflects on what it's meant to have the stability of her own home and how its impacted her children's lives.

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Welcome home, Angela

Welcome home, Angela

Angela’s home is the first to be completed by Habitat since the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order took effect. After two long years of waiting and a contribution of 200 hours sweat equity, Tacoma Habitat…

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