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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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About Our Values 1

About Our Values

Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity is faith-based organization, but we recognize that our faith must be coupled with action. We commit to being actively anti-racist and to affirm, through word and action, that Black Lives Matter.

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Building on Faith: 2020

Building on Faith: 2020

The Pierce County Deanery, representing twenty five Catholic parishes, is the sponsor for the 2020 Building on Faith house. Future homeowner, Jessica, says it's meant to be; her mom was the 2003 Building on Faith…

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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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Completed Neighborhoods 3

COVID-19 Update

The latest developments on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity and its operation.

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Volunteer Return Plan 1

Volunteer Return Plan

We have started to find a new rhythm for working, albeit laden in PPE and never more than 6' in proximity to one another. With weeks of testing and some lessons learned under our belt, the first phase…

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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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Community Resources

Community Resources

As economic fallout from the pandemic grows, Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity wanted to share some of the resources complied for current homeowners and those still waiting on their forever homes. Maybe this will help…

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Reflections from home

We’re also deeply thankful that we have places to call home, where we can do our best to protect ourselves and the people we love and slow the spread of COVID-19. We only wish that…

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