Organization Update 3/17/2020 in response to the Corona Virus: 

We have made the difficult decision to close the administrative office, ReStore and donation center, and construction sites to the public. This decision was made in regard to state and national guidelines, and Habitat for Humanity International guidance. Please see our Facebook page (Habitat for Humanity Mid Willamette Valley) for the latest information on events, volunteering, construction site, and the ReStore.

Staff from the ReStore and office are still working, and are available via email for any questions you may have. Please check the “About Us” page to find the right person to email. 

We are no longer taking volunteers in the ReStore or on the construction site, until further notice. We so appreciate and value our volunteers, donors, and shoppers and want to keep everyone healthy. We encourage everyone to plan for the future by following the CDC and State guidelines.

Upcoming Events

$86,654 was raised at HopeBuilder Breakfast 2019. Thank you!

Save the date for

HopeBuilder Breakfast 

Tuesday, October 6 2020

Registration information coming soon.

For information about sponsorship opportunities for 2020, please email
Shannon O’Hara at or call 503-364-6642 ext 104.


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