Act now + multiply your impact!

Become a HopeBuilder by May 1 to help at-risk seniors stay healthy and safe in their homes. Act now and multiply your gift! Donor Jack Singleton has committed an additional $5,000 when we add 25 new HopeBuilders (monthly donors) by May 1, 2021! Thomas faced an impossible choice: Comfort, safety, and independence? Or food and medicine?…

Don’t miss our ReStore New Year Sale!

THIS FRIDAY-SATURDAY ONLY! ROLL THE DICE to reveal a discount of 10-40% off your entire purchase!* Come celebrate the New Year with savings! We are so thankful for your ongoing support through donations and purchases that help Knoxville Habitat for Humanity build homes, communities and hope! Please note: We will be closed Monday, January 18 in observance…

Tyra and her family

Although she has spent her life working hard and caring for her family, Tyra never thought she would be able to afford a home. But her point-of-view changed when a coworker told her about Knoxville Habitat for Humanity. Tyra has been employed with a large retailer since 2010, where she has worked as an associate…

Home Federal Bank, volunteer group recognized for service to Knoxville Habitat for Humanity

KNOXVILLE, TN (December 13, 2016) – Home Federal Bank and Knoxville Habitat for Humanity’s Home Maintenance Team were recently recognized with the 2016 “Sis” Awards at Knoxville Habitat’s annual Holiday Breakfast held at The Foundry on the Fair Site in Knoxville. This annual award is presented by Knoxville Habitat founder Ellen “Sis” Roddy Mitchell. Home…

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Breakfast Raises $90,000 to Build A House of Hope with Knoxville Families

[KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (October 7, 2016)] – About 200 people gathered together at Knoxville Habitat for Humanity’s HopeBuilders Breakfast, presented by Holston Gases, on Friday, October 7 at Central Baptist Bearden in Knoxville. Attendees of this second annual event were guests of Knoxville Habitat supporters and volunteers. The event raised $90,000 that will go toward building…

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ESPN College Gameday Supports Habitat for Humanity

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 28, 2016) – Knoxville Habitat for Humanity’s Marketing and Communication Director April Timko and Chief Financial Officer Lance Weeden visited with members of the ESPN and Coca-Cola teams during the ESPN College Gameday production at the University of Tennessee. Following the televised production on Saturday, Sept. 24, ESPN and Coca-Cola donated building…

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Govani & Htoo’s family

Govani and Htoo Govani Ko and Htoo Say Naw live with their son, Law Eah. Govani and Naw found out about Knoxville Habitat for Humanity through the Burmese Christian Church and Bridge Refugee Services. Govani is employed with Goodwill Industries. Both Govani and his wife have been very active in the Habitat program as they…