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ReHabitat project
ReHabitat highlighted in the Oregon City Newspaper

North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity recently received an $8,000 grant through the Clackamas County Small Grants for NWV ReHabitat repair projects for homeowners within the Oregon City School District.

What is ReHabitat?

North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity ReHabitat Home Livability Program, commonly referred to as ReHabitat, was started in January of 2014.  ReHabitat’s purpose is to assist low-income homeowners with critical repairs so that they can remain in their homes.  With the growing cost of rent a

A Dream Come True: Frausto Family Receives Keys to New Home

On a sunny April afternoon, the Frausto family was counting down the days from moving from their 824 square foot apartment in Mount Angel to their 1,280 square foot home in Silverton. The family received the keys to their new home on April 30.

Welcome Our New Executive Director

The board of directors for North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity (NWV Habitat) has announced that Wendy Patton has been named the executive director.

ReHabitat
ReHabitat highlighted in the Canby Herald

North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity recently received an $8,000 grant through the Clackamas County Small Grants program to support ReHabitat repairs projects for homeowners within the Canby School District.