360.426.2198 Habitat Store - Shelton Location
360.275.9118 Habitat Store - Belfair Location
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County is a faith-based housing ministry partnering with the community to improve, maintain and build affordable quality housing for those in need.
By engaging the entire community, we offer programs for people in need of affordable home ownership opportunities and programs for current homeowners seeking to preserve their homes.
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County is a partnership between families, volunteers and donors working together to improve the living conditions of families in Mason County.
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County
1826 Olympic Highway N ~ PO Box 1549
Shelton, WA 98394
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You're Invited! Wall Raising Ceremony for Habitat Home #24!
Shelton, WA, October 20, 2014 – Habitat for Humanity of Mason County welcomes the public for the Wall-Raising ceremony of the Padgett/Wynne family’s future home at 90 East Panorama Drive, Shelton, in the Shorecrest Community, on Saturday, November 8, 2014, at 1:00 p.m.
“The raising of the first wall is an important step in the Habitat homeownership process and is very symbolic for our partner family. In addition to the volunteer construction crew and staff, we are excited to have a team of local realtors joining us.” Said Tammey Newton, Executive Director. “Our organization is excited to work with Habitat on the wall raising,” said Melissa Lee, President of the Mason County Association of Realtors. “Our group is committed to building a stronger community as realtors, how exciting for us to be able to participate at the beginning.” Read more...
AG3 Garden Center Donates Landscaping Trees to Habitat Homeowners
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County was presented with 75 trees and shrubs, at an estimated retail value of $5,000, from AG3 Garden Center located in Allyn Washington, for distribution to Habitat Homeowners in Mason County.
“We know that landscaping really makes a house feel like a home, and we had the opportunity to donate to a great cause, and we are happy to provide Habitat Homeowners with shrubs and trees,” said Kathy Arnold from AG3 Garden Center.
There was a wide variety of shade and decorative trees in the donation. “Habitat’s mission is to build simple, decent, affordable homes,” said Tammey Newton, Executive Director and COO of Habitat for Humanity of Mason County. “In keeping the homes affordable, we have a minimal budget available for landscaping. This gift from our community partner to Habitat families is wonderful.”
Erica Gonzalez, Habitat Homeowner said, “It is fantastic to be able to plant trees and landscape my yard beautifully. The trees are lovely now and they will be really beautiful 30 years from now. I am so excited to have this surprise donation from AG3.”
For information on how your business can donate to Habitat or Habitat Homeowners, call the office at 360-426-8134.
Burdick Family DedicationCongratulations Burdick family!! We had an amazing group of supporters come out and celebrate with the Burdick Family as they received their keys and moved into their new home! Thank you Craig for the kind words you said to the team of volunteers and supporters who helped make this possible. Well done!
Habitat Receives Grant from Olympia Federal Savings
Shelton, WA, April 29, 2014 – Habitat for Humanity of Mason County was presented with a grant for $7,500 from Olympia Federal Savings at the North Mason Chamber luncheon on April 23rd.
“This gracious grant contribution will go toward our first home build in Belfair, house #23.” Said Tammey Newton, Executive Director and COO. “We are so thankful to our community partner, Olympia Federal Savings, for their ongoing commitment to building a stronger community together.”
House #23 has passed final inspection and Habitat is finalizing the mortgage process with new homeowner. Habitat homeowners receive a zero percent interest mortgage based on only the expense of the cost to build the home.
“Olympia Federal Savings is excited to be able to impact our community and help create affordable housing through this grant.” said Cherie Cloud, VP/Branch Manager of the Belfair Branch. “It is exciting to help a local family step into homeownership and begin to build equity in ways they might not otherwise have had an opportunity.”
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County has begun work on house #24 in Shorecrest. In addition to building homes, Habitat has two local stores that provide discounted building supplies, tools and furniture to the community and reinvests those funds in home construction, land acquisition, operations and assistance to low-income homeowners who are in need of repair and maintenance assistance.
For more information on volunteering or supporting the work of Habitat for Humanity of Mason County, call us at 360-426-8134, or check out our Volunteer Sign Up page to volunteer to lend a hand.
And, don't forget to check out our News section for all the updates!!
Thank You ProBuild!
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County would like to thank the team from ProBuild Shelton that came out to help our new homeowner, and their coworker, Craig Burdick raise the final interior wall for House #23!
House #23 is the first home to be built in North Mason County.
Are you dreaming of becoming a homeowner? Would you like to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Mason County to make those dreams come true? Please call the office for more information or simply complete the online home owner inquiry
to learn how you could become part of the 2014 housing list.