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.
With its fourth Music Row benefit in as many years, The Charlie and Moll
Anderson Foundation has raised more than $1 million for Knoxville Habitat for
Humanity. At this year's benefit Oct. 11 with Reba McEntire, event hosts Charlie
and Moll Anderson presented KHFH President and CEO Kelle Shultz with a check for
Thank you to Charlie and Moll Anderson and all of the event attendees for your generous support of our ministry!
Photo courtesty of Jon Robb
Country music recording artist Keith Urban gave new meaning to the term “urban” renewal in Knoxville August 12th when he presented keys to the homeowner for the newest house on Knoxville’s “Music Row” – a Knoxville Habitat for Humanity initiative inspired and funded by the Charlie and Moll Anderson Family Foundation.
The house, at 1713 LeFlore Ave., is the second of what will be 10 homes planned for “Music Row” in Lonsdale in as many years.
Turn your old car into a new home.
That's exactly what you can do through Habitat for Humanity's "Cars for Homes" program. So far this year, KHFH has received more than $8,000 in vehicle donations.
When you donate to the “Cars for Homes” program, you will help Knoxville Habitat for Humanity build homes with families in need of affordable shelter. If you have a vehicle you no longer need, please consider donating it to “Cars for Homes.” Here is how the program works:
What can you donate?
Congratulations to KHFH Board Member Moll Anderson, who fashion designer Donna Karan has named to her "Women Who Inspire" philanthropic campaign for 2011.
Moll is one of a number of noted celebrities to be honored by Karan, including Demi Moore, Maria Shriver, Susan Sarandon, Nicole Kidman, and others.
There was plenty of star-gazing going on in Knoxville on Wednesday, October 20. And all of it was to benefit Knoxville Habitat for Humanity.
It was a beautifully clear night under the stars when country music recording artist Keith Urban performed at a private fundraiser event at the home of Charlie and Moll Anderson that netted $255,000 for KHFH.
Spring 2005 -- Knoxville Habitat for Humanity celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. We’re incredibly proud of our past accomplishments, but there is still work to be done in the quest to eliminate substandard housing. In honor of our anniversary, we are undertaking an aggressive campaign to build 100 homes over the next three years.
Bill and Ginger Baxter, co-chairs of the 100 Homes of Hope campaign, have pledged to raise $2.5 million of the $5 million n
April 2010 - For the third year in a row, students from The University of Tennessee's Retail Management Program partnered with Knoxville Habitat for Humanity to transform an empty storefront in the Farragut Building in downtown Knoxville into a chic boutique.
On Thursday, April 8, 2010, the temporary store location was the site of a fundraiser and fashion show where attendees enjoyed food and drinks and a preview of the high-end clothing and accessories available for sale.
He may be only 8 years old, but Lucas Farr, son of board member Dr. Skip Farr and his wife, Kim, presented Knoxville Habitat for Humanity with a special gift, indeed.
For one year, Lucas saved 50 cents each week from his allowance, for a total of $26, which he donated to our affiliate.
"We give our boys $5 a week in allowance. Ten percent is saved for charity and 10 percent is set aside for savings. Lucas decided on his own to donate his money to Habitat," Dr.