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.
Moll and Charlie Anderson’s support of Knoxville Habitat for Humanity inspires positive change in our community. An interior designer and lifestyle expert, Moll believes that a home is an important tool in empowering an individual or family to realize constructive change. As such, her work with Habitat for Humanity embodies her motto of “Change your home, change your life.” Through Habitat, Moll enables families who can’t otherwise qualify to own a home to broaden their horizons and live the American Dream of homeownership.
Knoxville Habitat for Humanity reached a double milestone Friday, Nov. 16, raising the walls on its 450th home in Knox County and celebrating the dedication of a home built in honor of country music star Reba McEntire.
In just seven short days from April 14th to the 21st, Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and more than a thousand volunteers will come together to build six houses from the ground up and establish the second phase of Silver Leaf, Habitat for Humanity’s third subdivision in Knox County.
by Jeff Walker
Non-Profit Management Major, Johnson University,
If you’ve ever worked on a KHFH construction site, chances are you’ve met Don Loher, one of our volunteer crew and house leaders who works faithfully with our construction staff to lead the construction activities of our families volunteers. He will be leading a house in the 2012 multi-house blitz build.
Don, who owns D&D Loher Enterprises, Inc., is a business owner and contractor in the Jefferson County and Sevier areas.
With our busy multi-house blitz build this weekend, a little retail therapy may be in order. If so, please join us for our annual pop-up boutique sale on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14 on Gay Street in the former Region's bank building across from Nama and the Regal Rivera movie theater.
The pop-up boutique store features gently used designer and name-brand clothing and accessories as well as furniture.
Support Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and get downright doing it! What more could you ask for in a cause?? Oh yea, a free t-shirt with registration - you get that, too!
The University of Tennessee campus chapter and Deep Well Farms in Loudon County are teaming up to host a mud run on Sunday, April 29th, at 2 p.m. at Deep Well Farms, located at 9567 Highway 11 in Lenoir City.
We are proud to introduce a new feature on our website: A virtual tour of one of our 3-bedroom homes. This tour showcases the typical floor plan and amenities we offer in our homes. The tour has been created to use as a marketing tool to show prospective homeowners and other people who have never been inside of a Habitat for Humanity home.
Watch the virtual tour now!
Within our society and culture, the one constant is . . . change. Like any organization that serves a broad and eclectic audience, Knoxville Habitat for Humanity (KHFH) seeks to provide the highest level of service for its participants. Occasionally, that requires a degree of flexibility in the way we interact with our diverse world, and we attempt to meet those challenges in the best way possible.
Thanks to the following individuals for their generous gifts in memory or in honor of a loved one from December 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012. If you would like to make an honor or memory gift, please visit our secure donation page.
In Memory of Rhea Akers:
by Mike and Trudy Akers
In Memory of Vincent Eugene Bradley:
by Loretta Bradley
Tis’ the season . . .
But I guess you know that. The signs are everywhere around you, regardless of where you might be or which tradition you might embrace.