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WOW Urban Ministry

WOW, which stands for “Win Our World,” is a local urban ministry that has been serving Knoxville since 2003.  The WOW program was designed by Pastor Amy Figg, Nancy Friedrich, and the youth ministry of St. John’s Lutheran Church.  The concept of WOW began when the group was forming ideas for its youth summer mission trips.  The group decided to work locally and let the youth ministry be in charge of the operation instead of traveling to other locations for missionary work.

Retail Position

Retail Position

 

Knoxville Habitat for Humanity is accepting resumes for a full time position in one of our retail outlets.

All applicants must have a valid TN drivers license and a clean driving record.

Experience driving a 24’ box truck or comparable vehicle is preferred.


Physical Requirements:
Ability to walk/stand for at least 75% of 8 hour shift or  possibly sit for extended periods while driving.

Central Baptist Church of Bearden

Central Baptist Church of Bearden began its support of the mission and ministry of Knoxville Habitat for Humanity through a Covenant Partnership in 1999.  Since that initial build, the church has provided a full or partial Covenant Partnership for seven additional houses and families.  The organization of the volunteers from the church’s congregation is absolutely amazing, establishing a new benchmark of efficiency in producing a well built home for the participant family.

Furniture Blowout Sale

FURNITURE BLOWOUT SALE!  

Great prices on a huge inventory of gently used furniture!

CASH AND CARRY - only cash and credit cards will be accepted, and items must be taken at the time of purchase

 

 

Volunteer in the Thrift Store or ReStore

Volunteer with us!  We have many volunteer opportunities at our Thrift Store and ReStore including loading dock attendant, cashier, sales assistant, stock support, donations scheduler, and pricing assistant!

 

If you are interested in volunteering at the Thrift Store or ReStore, please come to the volunteer orientation to learn more!

 

Email Trinity at TEDGAR@KHFH.COM to sign up.

A message from Kelle Shultz, President/CEO

Well, the year in not even half over, and Knoxville Habitat for Humanity has already completed a dozen houses for deserving – and hardworking – low income participant families in our program.

Volunteer Q&A: James Tuttle

James Tuttle has been volunteering with Knoxville Habitat for Humanity for nearly a decade. He has served on our Board of Directors and as a House Leader during our annual Multi-House Blitz. Mr. Tuttle has received a multitude of awards for community involvement from Pilot Flying J, his employer and one our long time Covenant Partners.


Tea at the Gallery offers Opportuni-tea

Tea at the Gallery has Opportuni-tea for us!  This is a program they have created to help nonprofits like us and give back to the communi-tea!

 

Visit or go to www.teaatthegallery.com. Regardless of what tea you buy, just let them know it’s for Knoxville Habitat for Humanity, and we receive 20% back on gross sales!   

 

New Senior and Military Discount at Stores

 

 

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.


KHFH Builds Energy Efficient Homes

Knoxville Habitat for Humanity built 7 ENERGY STAR certified homes last year.  


Last year alone, this achievement helped to

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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