During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
Do you have strong hands and a love of meeting people? Volunteer your skills on the Skagit Habitat for Humanity donation truck! Join our donation driver to pick up donations and drop sold Store items off at their new homes. Explore Skagit County while saving gently loved furniture and housing materials from landfills. Every donated item sold at the Store goes directly back into our mission of safe, affordable housing. If the environment or affordable housing makes your heart beat (or if you just love exploring our beautiful Valley!) join us on our Donation pickups! If you’re interested, fill out an application online at www.skagithabitat.com/volunteer, call 360.420.3649, or stop by the Skagit Habitat for Humanity Store at 1022 Riverside Drive in Mount Vernon.
PO Box 2565, 1022 Riverside Dr, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, US
Putting God's love into action, Skagit Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, community and hope. Empowering people to empower themselves
Established in 1994, Skagit Habitat for Humanity is an organization on a mission to bring people together to build homes, community, and hope. We have built 33 homes since our founding, which have raised the property value of Skagit Valley by $3.4 million. Our homeowners have collectively paid more than $625,000 in property taxes-invested right back into Skagit County!
The Skagit Habitat Store is our biggest fundraiser, and takes the motto "Reduce, Re-use, Restore" very seriously. The Store sells gently used donated home items, generating over $350,000 in sales tax since 2009 and keeping close to 3,000 tons of home supplies like plumbing and electrical supplies, lumber, countertops, and furniture out of landfills and instead taken to new homes to be loved.
Our upcoming build project at Batey St. in Sedro-Woolley offers some incredible opportunities for volunteers and the community as a whole. Through our Geometry in Construction program, Sedro-Woolley High School students can learn the math of home construction in the classroom before putting it to action at our build site.
We are an organization run on volunteer power, and the volunteers on our committees, at the construction sites, and in the Store have helped make all of this possible. We are so excited to meet new volunteers who are just as committed to making a difference as we are!
We'll work with your schedule.
1022 Riverside DriveMount Vernon, WA 98273
February 18, 2020