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Jewelry that Builds Homes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
[Jackson, WY] [January 26, 2018]

Contact:
Kendra Heimbuck
Executive Director
307-734-0828
Kendra@tetonhabitat.org

Jewelry that Builds Homes!
Local Artist Annie Band Presents Trunk Show at Native to Benefit Teton Habitat

Wilson artist Annie Band will present a trunk show of her unique totemic jewelry at Native Jackson Hole on the Town Square on Monday and Tuesday February 12th and 13th from 11 am to 7 pm. Not only will this show give the public an opportunity to purchase Annie’s newest work, but it will also support an important solution to affordable housing. Annie is generously donating 5% of all sales from the show to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton area and Native has stepped up to match that contribution! Join us to celebrate an amazing local artist, support a great local business and share the love with Teton Habitat just in time for Valentine’s Day.

 

“Like the hidden depth of meaning imbued in Annie’s stunning designs, Habitat’s simple houses harness the profound sense of place and drive to preserve the wide open way of life that is at the heart of home in Jackson Hole.” says Paul Schmidt, Development Officer for Teton Habitat. “It’s really fun to partner with Annie and Native and play on these synergies in the spirit of community support.”

Band’s passion for environmental responsibility fuels her ethic of working with recycled metals and stones.  Every piece is hand-inscribed with inspirations, quotes or poetry on the reverse. These inspirations mesh with the designs to create powerful wearable totems. In a similar fashion, Teton Habitat is an area leader in recycling through its popular ReStore and upcycling classes and is proud to be running a zero-waste construction site at the Grove which.  This ethic fuels the powerful energy Habitat brings to the community by building stable homes for hardworking families dedicated to making Jackson Hole’s future strong.  Habitat and Annie Band are a natural fit.

Proceeds from the trunk show will help support Teton Habitat as it continues to strengthen communities and build homes in the popular non-profit’s third decade serving the communities of Jackson Hole and the surrounding area. Members of Habitat’s Staff will be on hand to answer questions and share their passion for Habitat’s work from 5 to 6 p.m. on both days.

ABOUT ANNIE BAND

Jackson Hole jewelry designer Annie Band creates unique totemic jewelry in a historical log cabin set in the woods, where she is inspired by the animal visitors— moose, bear, deer, butterflies, fox, mountain lions, weasels and many birds and wildflowers. She works with precious metal clays in silver, gold and bronze, using precious gems, as well as traditional silversmithing techniques. Every piece is hand inscribed with inspirations, quotes or poetry on the reverse.

For more information: www.annieband.com/ or 307.690.0972

About Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area

Habitat builds affordable homes in partnership with hardworking families in the Greater Teton Area and strengthens families and neighborhoods through community education and volunteer engagement.  With the proud support of one of the area’s most passionate donor communities, homes are built and sold at no profit to pre-selected partner families and individuals through an interest-free loan to ensure affordable monthly payments.  Homeowners also contribute at least 500 hours of sweat equity, save for closing costs, and take a series of homeowner education classes to qualify as Habitat Homeowenr partners.  Habitat also runs the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which sells donated home furnishings, appliances and building supplies to help fund Habitat’s program.
For more information: www.tetonhabitat.org/ or 307-734-0828 or visit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore

ABOUT NATIVE JACKSON HOLE

Located on the Jackson Hole Town Square, Native celebrates the regional western culture with art and jewelry of unparalleled beauty and classic elegance. From Turquoise statement necklaces to Teton charms and rustically adorned bison skulls, the beauty of the West is alive and well at Native Jackson Hole. Opened in 1983 under the name A Touch of Class by Jackson Hole locals Safaa and Jim Darwiche, Native Jackson Hole has become a staple of the community for 35 years.

For more information: www.nativejh.com/ or 307.733.4069

COMMUNITY CALENDAR INFO:
Jewelry that Builds Homes!
Local Artist Annie Band Presents Trunk Show at Native to Benefit Teton Habitat for Humanity
Date: Monday February 12 and Tuesday February 13, 2018
Time: 12 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Native Jackson Hole on Town Square (10 W. Broadway, Jackson)

A collaboration of Annie Band Jewelry and Native Jackson Hole to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area

Wilson artist Annie Band will present a trunk show of her unique totemic jewelry at Native Jackson Hole on the Town Square on Monday and Tuesday February 12th and 13th from 11 am to 7 pm. Not only will this show give the public an opportunity to purchase Annie’s newest work, but it will also support an important solution to affordable housing. Annie is generously donating 5% of all sales from the show to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton area and Native has stepped up to match that contribution! Join us to celebrate an amazing local artist, support a great local business and share the love with Teton Habitat just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Contact:

Annie Band Jewelry
Annie Band, Owner/Artist
307.690.0972
annieband5@gmail.com
Teton Habitat Media
Kendra Heimbuck, Executive Director
307-734-0828 x 103Kendra@tetonhabitat.org
Native of Jackson Hole
Kathy Morgan, Store Manager
307-733-4069slokath@gmail.com

 

Donate to Habitat at Smith’s

Support Teton Habitat every time you shop at Smith’s.

Signing up is free and easy!
1. Go to SmithsFoodandDrug.com/inspire
2. Sign into your digital account or choose “Create an Account” and fill in the information.
3. Link your Rewards Card to your organization: Enter your organization’s number JL030 or at least 3 letters of your organization’s name and click ‘Search’, select the organization and
choose ‘Save’.

Then, every time you shop at Smith’s with
your Rewards Card, they donate 0.5% of
your total order to our nonprofit.*

Helpful Information
What purchases qualify?
Just about everything you purchase during your regular shopping trips! The only exclusions are alcohol, tobacco, postage stamps, Smith’s Gift Cards, re-loadable Gift Cards and debit cards, lottery and promotional tickets, Western Union, fuel and sales tax.

Remember, there’s no cost to participate in this program, and you’ll still earn fuel
points on eligible purchases every time you shop.
*0.5% based on eligible purchases.

Instructions in English

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Become a Teton Habitat Winter Warrior!

Teton Habitat launches Winter Warrior Challenge

[Jackson, WY] [December, 19th 2017]—Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) is challenging community members to participate in our Winter Warrior Challenge. Teton Habitat is launching the volunteering competition on January 1st. The competition will run until March 31st. Each hour spent volunteering earns participants a point in the challenge. The three volunteers with the highest number of points on April 1st receive prizes for first, second and third place. The prizes include a summer get-a-way, concert tickets, free guided river trips, gift cards and more!

 

Habitat builds year round and is in need of support during the winter months the most. It is critical to continue to have volunteers active on the site in order to hit our project deadline. The Winter Warrior Challenge aims to increase volunteer participation during the chilly months. “If it’s not too cold to ski, it’s not too cold to build with Habitat,” says Outreach Coordinator, Elizabeth Ferguson.  Individuals and groups are invited to participate in the Winter Warrior Challenge.

 

Volunteers are welcome to build with Teton Habitat at The Grove, 845 W. Snow King Ave, any Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9-4:30 PM. Interested volunteers should sign up online at www.tetonhabitat.org/get-involved. Please make sure you always dress appropriately when you come to volunteer with Habitat, especially during the winter months.

About Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area

Habitat builds homes in partnership with hardworking families in the Greater Teton Area and helps build stronger families and neighborhoods through homeowner education and by partnering with donors and volunteers to construct attractive, affordable homes.  Homes are sold at no profit to pre-selected partner families and individuals with an interest-free loan to ensure affordable monthly payments.  Homeowners are required to contribute at least 500 hours of “sweat equity”, save for closing costs, and take a series of homeowner education classes in order to purchase the home.  Habitat also runs the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which sells donated building supplies, home furnishings and appliances to help fund Habitat’s program.

For more information, please call 307-734-0828, visit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, or visit us on the web at www.tetonhabitat.org.

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

elizabeth@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

Teton Habitat Receives $5,000 Grant From Bank of the West

 

Teton Habitat Receives $5,000 Grant from Bank of the West

[Jackson, WY] [December 5th, 2017]— Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) is pleased to announce it has received a $5,000 grant from Bank of the West.

The grant will support Teton Habitat’s current home building project, The Grove, Phase III, which began in June 2017. Stage One of the project will complete the first eight of twenty four homes. New residents will benefit from the 1200 sq. ft., 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom condominiums in the heart of Jackson, Wyoming.

“Bank of the West is proud to support Teton Habitat and develop housing solutions in the Greater Teton Area, and I’m thrilled the Bank’s investment will directly benefit this vibrant community,” said Olga Salmina, Branch Manager of Bank of the West of Jackson.

Ms. Salmina is a volunteer with Teton Habitat and served on the family selection committee that helped to select the partner homeowners of The Grove’s first eight homes.

“We are so glad to have a significant relationship with one of our local businesses,” said Kendra Heimbuck, Teton Habitat Executive Director.  “This grant provides valuable fiscal support for the project and also extends the volunteer support from Olga and the Bank of the West team.”

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About Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area

Habitat builds homes in partnership with hardworking families in the Greater Teton Area and helps build stronger families and neighborhoods through homeowner education and by partnering with donors and volunteers to construct decent and affordable homes.  Homes are sold at no profit to pre-selected partner families and individuals with an interest-free loan to ensure affordable monthly payments.  Homeowners are required to contribute at least 500 hours of “sweat equity”, save for closing costs, and take a series of homeowner education classes in order to purchase the home.  Habitat also runs the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which sells donated building supplies, home furnishings, and appliances to help fund Habitat’s program.

For more information, please call 307-734-0828, visit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, or visit us on the web at www.tetonhabitat.org.

About the Bank of the West

Bank of the West is a regional financial services company headquartered in San Francisco with $86.9 billion in assets as of June 30, 2017. Founded in 1874, Bank of the West provides a wide range of personal, commercial, wealth management and international banking services through more than 600 branches and offices in 23 states and digital channels. Bank of the West is a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, a leading bank in Europe, which has a presence in 74 countries with more than 192,000 employees. To learn more about Bank of the West, visit About Us via BankoftheWest.com.

Member FDIC and   Equal Housing Lender. ©2017 Bank of the West.

 Contacts:

Teton Habitat Media
Kendra Heimbuck, Executive Director

307-734-0828 x 103, Kendra@tetonhabitat.org

 Bank of the West Media 

Lily Ruiz, Corporate Communications

(415) 765-4850, lily.ruiz@bankofthewest.com

 

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

kendra@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

 

Habitat Seeks New Development Officer

Habitat Seeks New Development Officer

November 9, 2017 — It is with regret but warm wishes that Teton Habitat announces the resignation of Courtney Allen as Development Officer.  At the end of November, Allen will be moving on to pursue a Director of Philanthropy position within the veteran service arena, allowing her to work within a field for which she has great passion and to grow in her personal career.  “Courtney has shown great enthusiasm for Habitat’s mission and this community, and she will be missed dearly,” said Habitat’s Executive Director Kendra Heimbuck.

Allen stepped into the Development Officer position at a pivotal time for Teton Habitat, as they were reopening the ReStore at the original China Town Plaza location, breaking ground on two homes in Alpine (the first Teton Habitat homes built outside of Teton County), and gearing up for the development of The Grove, Phase III.  Through her time with Teton Habitat, Allen sustained annual fund endeavors while helping to launch Teton Habitat’s first large-scale campaign effort to raise funds for The Grove, Phase III.

Teton Habitat is looking to hire a replacement for this Development Officer position and is accepting applications, in the form of a cover letter and resume, through November 27.  Candidates for this position should have a passion for building relationships, a desire to connect individuals and businesses to Habitat’s mission, a high level of organization and attention to detail, and should operate with professionalism.  The position is full-time salary, with health insurance, matched retirement savings and paid vacation.  In addition to the compensation package, this position offers the opportunity to join a dynamic team working to affect real change in the lives of members of our community, while gaining experience with fundraising events, an annual fund and comprehensive campaign efforts.  Interested candidates can email a cover letter and resume to jobs@tetonhabitat.org.

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

kendra@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

Teton Habitat receives $405,000 grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

Teton Habitat receives $405,000 grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) receives $405,000 Priority Market grant from the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. On Oct 25, 2017 Wells Fargo & Company announced $6 million toward neighborhood revitalization efforts with 47 grants to nonprofits through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation’s 2017 Priority Markets program.

“We are focused on making meaningful contributions to address affordable and sustainable housing,” said Shari Knoll, Wells Fargo Region Bank President for Wyoming and Eastern Idaho.” “These grants help revitalize neighborhoods, build stronger communities, and are an example of the positive impact that can be achieved with thoughtful public-private collaboration.”

Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) was among two organizations who received the top grant award of $405,000. Though Teton Habitat has had a long standing relationship with Wells Fargo and has benefitted from both its Homeownership Counseling Grants and Team Member Volunteer grants, this is the first time Teton Habitat has qualified to apply for the Priority Market Grants program, an opportunity that is only available every few years. This gift will be utilized in support of Teton Habitat’s current home building project: The Grove, Phase III which began in June 2017. Stage 1 of the project will see the completion of the first 8 of 24, 1200 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo homes in the heart of Jackson WY behind the library.

“We are honored to be selected as one of the top grant recipients working to address affordable housing solutions in Wells Fargo’s 2017 priority market,” said Kendra Heimbuck, Teton Habitat Executive Director. “This substantial grant award will not only help to build the first eight condos at The Grove, Phase III but will also help to strengthen our community through the support of affordable workforce housing.”

The 2017 Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Priority Markets Program supports projects, programs and initiatives that help remove barriers to sustainable housing in low- and moderate-income communities. Since 2009, the program has provided grants totaling more than $48 million to nonprofits in more than 125 communities, impacting more than 40,000 people and creating more than 4,000 places for people to call home.

Grant recipients were selected from applications submitted by nonprofits Wells Fargo identified as leading large-scale affordable housing projects. Recipients must be 501 (c)(3) organizations with successful histories of supporting low- to moderate-income communities.

Grant recipients of the 2017 Priority Markets Program are:
1. Habitat for Humanity Anchorage (Anchorage, Alaska)
2. Montgomery Habitat for Humanity (Montgomery, Alabama)
3. Pima County Community Land Trust (Tucson, Arizona)
4. American Family Housing (Midway City, California)
5. NeighborWorks Orange County (Orange, California)
6. Habitat for Humanity Fresno County (Fresno, California)
7. West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation (West Hollywood, California)
8. Resources for Community Development (Berkeley, California)
9. Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (Berkeley, California)
10. Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire (San Bernardino, California)
11. S.V.D.P. Management, Inc. (San Diego, California)
12. Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (San Francisco, California)
13. Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. (Stockton, California)
14. NeighborWorks New Horizons (New Haven, Connecticut)
15. Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury, Inc. (Waterbury, Connecticut)
16. Habitat for Humanity of Washington, D.C. (Washington, D.C.)
17. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami (Miami, Florida)
18. Opa-Locka Community Development Corporation (Opa-Locka, Florida)
19. Ability Housing, Inc. (Jacksonville Florida)
20. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando (Orlando, Florida)
21. Bright Community Trust, Inc. (Clearwater, Florida)
22. Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay (Tampa, Florida)
23. City of Refuge, Inc. (Atlanta, Georgia)
24. Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity (Columbus, Georgia)
25. NeighborWorks Columbus (Columbus, Georgia)
26. NeighborWorks Boise (Boise, Idaho)
27. Saint Ambrose Housing Aid Center (Baltimore, Maryland)
28. Unity Properties, Inc. (Baltimore, Maryland)
29. Preservation North Carolina (Raleigh, North Carolina)
30. Reinvestment Partners (Durham, North Carolina)
31. Habitat for Humanity of Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska)
32. New Jersey Community Capital (New Brunswick, New Jersey)
33. Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
34. Central City Concern, Inc. (Portland, Oregon)
35. Transition Projects, Inc. (Portland, Oregon)
36. Habitat for Humanity of Chester County (Coatesville, Pennsylvania)
37. One80 Place (Charleston, South Carolina)
38. Jubilee Park & Community Center Corporation (Dallas, Texas)
39. Trinity Habitat for Humanity (Fort Worth, Texas)
40. Housing Channel (Fort Worth, Texas)
41. New Hope Housing, Inc. (Houston, Texas)
42. Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity (Salt Lake City, Utah)
43. Habitat for Humanity South Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Virginia)
44. Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg (Newport News, Virginia)
45. Wesley Housing Development Corporation (Alexandria, Virginia)
46. Housing Hope (Everett, Washington)
47. Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Jackson, Wyoming)

About Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area
Habitat builds homes in partnership with hardworking families in the Greater Teton Area and helps build stronger families and neighborhoods through homeowner education and by partnering with donors and volunteers to construct decent and affordable homes. Homes are sold at no profit to pre-selected partner families and individuals with an interest-free loan to ensure affordable monthly payments. Homeowners are required to contribute at least 500 hours of “sweat equity”, save for closing costs, and take a series of homeowner education classes in order to purchase the home. Habitat also runs the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which sells donated building supplies, home furnishings and appliances to help fund Habitat’s program.
For more information, please call 307-734-0828, visit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, or visit us on the web at www.tetonhabitat.org.

About the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
In 2016, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation donated $20 million in support of affordable housing initiatives serving low- and moderate-income households – including for seniors, veterans, and families – through community revitalization efforts. Since its inception in 1993, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation has invested more than $190 million in such efforts, along with mobilizing more than 4.7 million team member volunteer hours to build and rehabilitate nearly 7,100 homes and counting.

About Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.9 trillion in assets. Wells Fargo’s vision is to satisfy our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially. Founded in 1852 and headquartered in San Francisco, Wells Fargo provides banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through more than 8,400 locations, 13,000 ATMs, the internet (wellsfargo.com) and mobile banking, and has offices in 42 countries and territories to support customers who conduct business in the global economy. With approximately 268,000 team members, Wells Fargo serves one in three households in the United States. Wells Fargo & Company was ranked No. 25 on Fortune’s 2017 rankings of America’s largest corporations. News, insights and perspectives from Wells Fargo are also available at Wells Fargo Stories.

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

kendra@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

Wells Fargo Media
Stephanie Grant, 760-317-6505, Stephanie.grant2@wellsfargo.com

Save the Date-HalloWine 2017

HalloWine 2017 is going to be a blast! The wine is pouring in, the silent auction is beefing up and we are getting our costumes together! This annual fundraiser is the place to be in Jackson Hole on Halloween. Join us for the Halloween event in Jackson. DJ’d and MC’d by KHOL 89.1 FM, the event will feature its signature WINE TASTING and silent auction items for food, libations, adventures and gear from around the community. Purchase your ticket early and save $5.

Check out our Facebook event for details.

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

volunteer@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

Daisy Bush Green Roof Installed

October 2017

Habitat Partner Homeowners in the Daisy Bush Subdivision were pleased to see the completion of their “Green Roofs” this past month. Habitat’s four homes in this 28 unit subdivision were completed in 2015 but the materials needed to complete the required green roofs in combination with last year’s intense winter delayed the project completion. This effort was made possible in part from a generous grant in 2014 from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole for $15,000 which helped to offset the $60,000 price tag. Additional funds were provided by an anonymous donor.

To appreciate how or why these green roofs were required funding, it is important to understand the background of the full development The Daisy Bush Subdivision was a 28 unit development approved by the Town of Jackson (TOJ).  The original developer then partnered with the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust (JHCHT), and St. John’s Medical Center(SJMC) to include a total of 16 deed restricted affordable housing units while the remaining 12 units were sold on the free market.

Unfortunately, the development team working with JHCHT discovered that the LSR requirement was not being tracked accurately.  LSR is the equivalent of “greenspace” that exists around development surfaces like houses, driveways, and walkways. Market lots were being sold and developed, the LSR requirement went unchecked, and a shortage of LSR was realized.  To remedy the shortfall, the development team’s solution involved allocating most of the LSR responsibility to the affordable housing lots.

Due to these circumstances, and prior to its purchase of the Lot, Habitat applied for a variance with the TOJ to help alleviate the burden placed on the Lot as a result of the developers non-compliance with the requirements of the development.  The variance was denied.

In deciding whether to purchase the Lot, Habitat considered eliminating one unit from the project, but determined that the fourth unit was too important, and the community need too large to miss out on the opportunity to build affordable homes on a lot able house four families.  If Habitat did not purchase the Lot, it would not be able to build until summer 2015.  The opportunity for our hardworking, low-income families to own their own home would greatly diminish.  This community need outweighed the additional cost and maintenance.  Habitat concluded it would seek assistance from donors and aggressively research and apply for additional funding to help offset the increased cost of construction.

Ultimately, Habitat was able to raise the total funds needed and now these homes are truly complete!

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

courtney@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828 ext. 101
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat

Save the Date-Alpine Home Dedication

Please join the Teton Habitat for Humanity family in welcoming The Robertson’s and Ojeda’s into their new homes in Alpine Meadows on August 2nd at 6PM.

 

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance!
Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat)

info@tetonhabitat.org | 307-734-0828
850 W. Broadway | P.O.Box 4194
Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitat/
ReStore Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetonhabitatrestore/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teton_habitat/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonHabitat