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    Habitat for Humanity of Utah County - Building Hope by Building Homes

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    Save up to 75% off of retail prices at Habitat ReStore. Visit one of our ReStore locations today!

  • Become a Habitat volunteer and help provide homes for deserving families

    Become a Habitat volunteer and help provide homes for deserving families

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Utah County helps lift people, fosters hope, and unites diverse groups to improve the lives of individuals, families, and communities by building, renovating, and repairing homes.

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Annual Day of Prayer

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County is having its the International Day of Prayer and Action event on Sunday, September 21st, at 5:00 p.m. at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 50 West 200 North, Provo, Utah. The evening interfaith prayer service will include music, prayer, scripture, and thoughts by Utah Valley President, Matt Holland.

The International Day of Prayer and Action is a time when the entire Habitat for Humanity community is urged to come together in prayer for those in need of shelter. Through prayer, Habitat for Humanity continues to make a dramatic difference in the lives of people around the world. Many volunteers are drawn to this ministry after hearing God’s call and seeking God’s guidance through prayer. Other prayers are answered when families and communities grow in the shelter of God’s grace. The hurdles of funding and building homes are overcome through the miracles of prayer.


World Habitat Day ReStore Contest

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County/ReStores in Orem and Spanish Fork will be celebrating World Habitat day! ReStore is a non profit home improvement store and donation center, selling building materials and new and gently used furniture and home items to the public. Proceeds are used to build and renovate homes in our community--improving lives and providing hope to qualified individuals and families. Don’t Miss the Saturday October 4th and Monday October 6th, World Habitat Day Sale with 50% off selected items, refreshments, and drawings for prizes, such as an overnight stay at the Manti House Bed and Breakfast Inn, and… A free set of new Kitchen cabinets valued for up to $4,000.00 courtesy of McCoy's Flooring and Cabinets located in Lehi-just west of the freeway! guaranteeing the best prices in the state with the largest in- stock cabinet inventory. Register to win on Oct. 4th and 6th at the Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Orem just south of Target, and Spanish Fork (across from IFA). ReStores are open Monday thru Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Shop for Habitat at the Traverse Mountain Outlets in Lehi

The Outlets at Traverse Mountain 2nd Annual Shopping Extravaganza Saturday October 11, 2014

A $15 ticket includes lunch/dessert bar, 5 raffle tickets ($25,000 in prizes) live entertainment, photo booth, discounts and much more, and the ticket proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of Utah County. Visit the website Outlets at Travers Mountains for more info.

Buy tickets at Habitat’s office in Orem or ReStores in Orem or Spanish Fork or online


Washburn Reams Construction to Begin in Late September

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County will begin the construction of its Washburn Reams Estates three lot planned unit development in late September. Three unique, environmentally friendly homes will be built from the ground up at 525 North 1060 West in Orem. The Aleman, Fisiipeau, and Evans families have been selected as the partner homeowners on the project. The development being is named in the memory of Mayor Jerry Washburn and City Manager Jim Reams. Both men were wonderful supporters of Habitat and helped forward its mission in the community prior to their unexpected deaths a few years ago.

The groundbreaking for the first home is planned for Tuesday, September 23rd at 9:00am. All interested community members are welcome to attend.