EXPERTISE: Contractors and crew to perform skilled tasks on self-build homes.

Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County uses a sweat equity homeownership model to build and sell affordable homes to individuals and families. They are currently building 4-5 homes per year in Port Hadlock and Port Townsend and looking to increase that number. Homebuyers must be below 80% AMI and able to qualify for an affordable, low-interest mortgage.

Habitat is seeking contractors to donate your crew for a day, performing skilled work and helping Habitat get ahead on specific construction tasks. Habitat provides lunch for the crew and all materials, publicity for contractor partners, and a fun way to participate in making a difference for affordable housing.

To express interest or learn more, contact Natalie Lagergren at 360.379.2827 or

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