Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County Has Established a Long Term Recovery Fund to Help Oso Survivors Rebuild

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In the aftermath of the devastating mudslide in Oso, WA that damaged or destroyed over 40 homes, Habitat for Humanity will help in the repair and rebuilding efforts for the affected families. Habitat has a goal of raising $1.5 million to help impacted families repair nine homes and rebuild ten. Coastal Community Bank has established a fund to provide long term assistance in the form of safe, affordable and decent homes to those who have lost their homes as a

What We Need

We are accepting material and volunteer assistance in addition to financial support.  In order to develop long-term assistance we need donations of land to build on, materials to build with, warehouse space to store materials, volunteers to build homes and coordinate the process, transportation services to move materials, and other associated goods and services.