Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley | Office: 1220 12th St. SE Salem, OR 97302 

 Mail: 4676 Commercial St. SE #332, Salem, OR 97302 | Office: 503-364-6642 ReStore: 503-485-4845

Fax:503-485-5028

Apply for homeownership (also seeking Veteran Applicants)

How to Apply

Call us at (503) 364-6642 or Click here for application form and we will add you to our prospective homeowner list and contact you when we will be reviewing applications.


Application Information meetings are held prior to each round of selection for the Homeownership Program. At the Application Information meeting, we will distribute Homeownership Program applications if you don't already have one and discuss.

Your gifts help us provide strength, stability, and self- reliance to low and moderate income families. No gift is too small.  Thank you for your support.

Begin building hopes, dreams, and communities here... click on the following ways for more information.





Become a Sponsor today!

If you or your group would like to help meet the critical need for affordable home ownership, please call us at 503-364-6642 ext.115 or email scott@salemhabitat.org.


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Volunteer
Many ways to Volunteer

Are you a new volunteer or a group that would like to volunteer? Please view our Individual opportunities 

    Group opportunities

Contact us at (503) 364-6642(503) 364-6642 if you have questions. If you've already registered, sign up for shifts on our Volunteer opportunities calendar  



Through volunteer labor and tax-deductible donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families.  After a partner family completes 500 sweat equity hours, a Habitat home is sold to the family for no profit, financed with affordable, 0%-interest loans.  The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are recycled into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more houses. 


Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley has been serving the community since 1991, working in concert with volunteers, donors, and partner families to build decent, affordable homes in Salem, Keizer, Polk County and the greater Stayton area which now includes Turner.  To date, our affiliate has built more than 85 homes, housing more than 400 individuals- including over 300 children.