Join others in the effort to build homes for those in need in the Moses Lake Area. You or your business can donate materials, equipment, time and effort. New construction materials, lumber, concrete, insulation roofing materials hardware, windows door frames, doors, light fixtures, lawn trees, and caulking materials are just of the materials that are needed but the list of needed materials is endless.

Every project needs skilled people to volunteer along but there is also a need for regular people to swing hammers. Volunteers are needed in fund raising, project management, construction supervision, architecture design, management consultation, skilled heavy equipment operators and any person just wanting to help.

Every Habitat home needs the use, periodically, of equipment such as power tools, hand tools, fork lifts and backhoes light trucks and vans, lighting, power equipment, cement mixers and heavy duty trucks.

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Annual Festival of Trees

If volunteering your time is not in your schedule, consider donating financially. Each year on the Saturday following Thanksgiving, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Moses Lake holds its Annual Festival of Trees. It is a prestigious and fun annual event. Over a dozen wonderfully decorated Christmas trees are auctioned off raising money and awareness for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Moses Lake. The Festival of Trees is our major fundraiser and is the primary source of our funding for our houses. 

The Habitat For Humanity of Greater Moses Lake’s Annual Festival of Trees Fundraiser will be held in November, join our email list below for all the latest news. There will be wonderfully decorated trees auctioned off along with additional items in the silent and the live auction. For more information please contact Habitat at 509-765-4030.

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Bequests, Endowments, Tax Deductible Donations

When making you investment decisions during estate planing and tax season don’t forget Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Moses Lake is an IRS recognized non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.

The generosity of corporations, local businesses and individuals who give of their time and money make our mission  possible. It’s not only the materials to build homes, but it’s the hands and most importantly the donation of money. Fundraisers and donations are accepted throughout the year with our main fundraiser, Festival of Trees. Click for more information.