At Knoxville Habitat for Humanity, we are doing exciting things. We build more than houses. We help to change lives. As such, we are always have good news to share about the progress we are making towards eliminating substandard housing in Knox County.


If you want to learn more about Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and the positive change we are bringing about in our community, please peruse our recent news below.  Also, you can check out our PRESS RELEASES, read back issues of our e-newsletters “Green & BluePrints” or “Re-Use News”, or read what journalists and media outlets are writing about us in the news.


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Recent News

Growing up with only brothers, young Renee’ welcomed the companionship, and intervention, of her soul sister and mentor Sheryl “Sissy” Milan. “She hung in there with me,” Renee’ says of Sissy then and now, more than thirty years later. Read more....
   Supporters, re-enrollment is necessary!Starting August 11, 2014, please visit enroll your Kroger Plus Card.   
Dear Habitat Supporters,  Everyone deserves a decent place to live.   When I visit potential family partners during Habitat for Humanity’s application process, I see unsafe, overcrowded, and outgrown space.  I am continually...
Green & BluePrints is a monthly e-newsletter of Knoxville Habitat for Humanity. It contains important news updates about our affiliate as well as interesting feature stories about the work we do in Knox County. Also in each issue we profile an...
KHFH elects Jay McBride as the chairman of the board of directors and welcomes new board member Elizabeth Carroll. Jay McBride has been involved in the construction industry for thirty years. He is a partner in TJ Development & Management, LLC...
  Now, on the last Wednesday of every month, seniors and members of the military receive 15% off (an entire purchase) at both our ReStore and our Thrift Store.

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.

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