Planning a last minute home project before the holidays? Stop by our Habitat Stores in West Olympia and Yelm and get 25% OFF Dining Tables and Lighting and 50% OFF Windows and don’t forget to Shop our #SmallBusinessSaturday Sales Saturday, November 25th and Sunday, November 26th from 9am-7pm. Both the Yelm and West Olympia … Learn More
Stop into our Yelm or West Olympia Habitat Stores before the end of the month and take advantage of our Spook-Tacular October Sales. Save 25% off Bed Frames, Doors, Windows and Granite!
South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity has been a presence in Thurston County since 1989 and in that time, the organization has partnered with volunteers, donors, businesses and homeowners to build 63 homes for families with limited incomes. Over the next few years, they are aiming to double their capacity, building an additional 26 homes by 2020. Congressman … Learn More
South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity (SPSHH) has been building and nurturing community in Thurston County for nearly three decades. Now, they have expanded their capacity to serve even further by purchasing a new location at 207 Yelm Avenue East. This is an exciting move for Habitat. It will provide them with approximately 1,000 additional … Learn More
Spring is here and with that brings the building season! We are thrilled to have just pulled two building permits from the City of Lacey and can’t wait to get started on the next phase of Deyoe Vista!
Why Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity Stores? Volunteering at the South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity Stores in West Olympia and Yelm is one east way to help local families realize their dream of homeownership. The Stores are a fundamental part of Habitat for Humanity’s building and repair programs. As you give your time and … Learn More
Date: December 15, 2016 Lacey, WA: During its council meeting on Thursday, December 15, 2016, the City of Lacey approved the final plat map and subdivision plans of South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity’s newest affordable housing community called “Deyoe Vista”. Curt Andino, Executive Director of Habitat, spoke at the meeting to thank council members … Learn More
Summertime lemonade stands are a great way to meet neighbors, encourage our children, and even make a few extra dollars. But with a little educational nudge, they can become so much more. Studies show that “we view learning as ‘fun’ or exciting but give the process or experience that creates this end goal a serious … Learn More
There is no one answer to expanding access and making produce affordable, but community gardens can be a vital part of the solution, and it is one that is often overlooked. The 2016 LTC Class is committed to building a community garden for South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity’s development, Deyoe Vista in Lacey, WA. … Learn More