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 - November 15, 2008

When Santa arrives this morning for his annual visit at Knoxville Center mall, he will have a new home, thanks in part to Knoxville Habitat for Humanity.

Knoxville CityView Magazine - October 2008

In 1995, Marvin House and his wife, Mary Jane House, decided that they would stop everything they were doing, sell his construction company, and dedicate two years of their life to volunteer work. They chose ... Knoxville Habitat for...

Knoxville News Sentinel - September 8, 2008

A handful of pennies apparently was the total heist in a burglary of the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity Thrift Store about midnight Sunday. A Habitat truck driver who was sleeping in a storeroom for security purposes awoke in...

The Farragut Press - September 4, 2008

Webb School of Knoxville students traded their textbooks for tools, Saturday, Aug. 23, at the kick-off of Webb School’s fourth Knoxville Habitat for Humanity House. On what has been nicknamed “Blitz Day...

MetroPulse - August 27, 2008

The warehouse is on 1501 Washington Ave., but we prefer that people come to Central to donate—and since we’ve already got plenty of stuff, we’d really rather they’d come to shop the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

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.

From donations of money or land to cars and items we sell, here’s how you can help.

Learn construction skills, meet new people and share yourself for a great cause.

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