Organization Update 11/1/2020 in response to the Corona Virus: 

Staff in the administrative office are still working from home and can be reached through email. Please check the “About Us” page to find the right person to email.  The ReStore is open, Mon – Sat, 9 am – 5 pm and donations are accepted by appointment. Please see our Facebook page (Habitat for Humanity Mid Willamette Valley) for the latest information on events, volunteering, construction site, and the ReStore.

We are accepting volunteers – please visit the Volunteer page to learn more! 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!

Join us for

Homes, Hope, + YOU 

October, 2020

A virtual fundraising event to help us as we partner with 2 local families to build and buy a safe, decent, and affordable home. Now, more than ever, we all experience the importance of a safe, stable home. Like many organizations, families, and community members, COVID-19 has impacted our ability to raise money to support this program. We are still building, but we need your help to continue to build into next year.

Visit our Homes, Hope + YOU page to learn how you can help us build this year! 

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


We’re so excited to have Pennington and its employees do a build day in the fall! We’re honored to have a new partner who believes in providing homeowners with access to decent, safe and affordable homes. This partnership will allow Habitat families to build strength, stability and independence in their new homes. Read more here.[...]
In five years, Ellisha Pepper has gone from living on the streets with a drug addiction to working to help other struggling parents. Now, her family is moving into a Habitat for Humanity-built home. Rachel Alexander. “Five years ago, this Salem mom lost her son to the state. Now, they’re buying a home”. Dec 4,[...]
Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley would like to introduce the Ramos-Gasca family: Parents-Arturo and Sara, Daughters-Brianna and Jessica, ages 15 and 12, are both actively involved in sports and after-school programs. Arturo works for John Mills Concrete and has been employed with them for over a decade. Sara has recently recovered from a[...]
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Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley is proud to announce our 9th home build with Thrivent Financial through their Thrivent Builds Homes project. Through this program, Thrivent has awarded us over $84,500 for our upcoming project and has contributed over $720,000 in grants since our first build together in 2004! We at Habitat for[...]
Salem, OR – Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley is very happy to announce the addition of the City of Turner to our service area. There are 30 Habitat affiliates in the state of Oregon and each covers a specific geographical area.