KHFH In the News

KHFH In the News

The media is regularly talking about Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and the inspiring stories of our families, volunteers and Covenant Partners. We invite you to read and watch what local and national news outlets are reporting about us.

 

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Knoxville News Sentinel - February 26, 2010

Earlier this month, the 37-year-old Dixson and his wife, Sheree, became only the second family in the history of Knoxville Habitat for Humanity to pay off their mortgage. The couple closed on their home in January 1998. By making...

Tennessee Journalist - February 24, 2010

Tyson House and St. John's Cathedral collaborated with MillerCoors to fund a Habitat for Humanity house for a woman who is at the income level that statistics say has been affected the most by the economic downturn.

Knoxville News Sentinel - February 14, 2010

I'm happy to hear that Knoxville Habitat for Humanity is going to make its Women Build an ongoing project. This June the group is scheduled to build another home with almost completely female labor. A fund-raising effort is...

Knoxville News Sentinel - February 1, 2010

People shop at the ReStores to build an entire sun room or simply replace a broken toilet, said Bert Sams, director of retail stores for Habitat for Humanity of Knox County.

Knoxville News Sentinel - October 6, 2009

Habitat for Humanity, for example, will benefit from a $573,000 grant that will help build 30 single-family homes in Knox County for low- to moderate-income buyers, including six homeless buyers and six with special needs, such...

Homeownership is a big part of The American Dream. At Knoxville Habitat for Humanity, we are a proud partner with individuals and families who are living in substandard housing conditions who want a safe and comfortable place to call home.

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