History of the Christian roots of Habitat for Humanity International
The concept of Habitat for Humanity was created when founders Millard and Linda Fuller began a new life of Christian service at a Christian community called Koinonia Farm in 1965, read more.
Faith in Action
Our partnerships with the faith community on Kaua`i are important to us. Each year, local churches support our efforts through prayer, donations of meals for group volunteers or events, monetary donations, and volunteer labor.
How Can Churches Get Involved?
Give to Kaua`i Habitat through regular monetary donations or through special collection offerings.
Raise funds as a congregation or group of congregations to sponsor a house.
Joining our crew on a build day is a moving experience for both youth and adults alike. Gather your congregation for a day of service. Click here to register.
Encourage individual members of your congregation to build with us. Click here to register.
Group Volunteers come from near and far to partner with Kaua`i Habitat and build affordable homes for families in need. Hospitality is needed for each visiting group, approximately 2-4 times per week. Hospitality includes providing meals (breakfast, lunch, or dinner) and fellowship at your church.
Share our work:
Share the mission of Kaua`i Habitat for Humanity with your congregation. There are many ways this can be done:
- Through your weekly bulletin or newletter
- Mention us in your weekly announcements at the end of your service
- Link to the Kaua`i Habitat for Humanity website on your church website
Download a PowerPoint to see how your faith group can get involved. [link] ????