Habitat for Humanity of Missoula

Helping Missoula families build homes they can afford.

Habitat for Humanity Missoula partners with eligible families in order to build stable homes for those living in substandard housing. We sell homes to partner families at cost through an interest-free mortgage program, with payments structured to stay within each family’s means.

Volunteer

We invite volunteers to help build, assist in the office, serve on committees and help with special projects.

Support

Your donation builds homes, communities and hope.

Become a
Homeowner

We work to give a hand UP to Missoula families through the opportunity to construct and purchase a home.

Building Now

We are now building homes with the Carey family of three, the Bird family of five, and the Young family of two. This year, all three of our homes will be built in East Missoula, bringing much-needed affordable housing to the area.

Stay tuned for progress updates and more information about this year’s families, our 60th, 61st, and 62nd family partners!

The Habitat Restore

Habitat for Humanity of Missoula’s ReStore sells new and gently used furniture, building materials, tools and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Proceeds from sales are used to fund the construction of homes. The ReStore also helps ensure Missoulians have access to affordable materials for maintaining and improving their homes and diverts usable materials from the landfill. Volunteers support ReStore operations both in the store and around Missoula through donation pick-up services.

News & Events

Congolese refugee family moves into Habitat for Humanity home in Missoula

Article by David Erickson, Missoulian

Kasse Lumona and his wife, Tosha, beamed with joy Tuesday as they finally received the keys to the new house they helped build in the Franklin to the Fort neighborhood in Missoula.

“My family is very happy,” he said later as a line of people came up to congratulate him… read more

Anonymous donor sends $100K check to Missoula housing nonprofit

Article by David Erickson, Missoulian

A nondescript ordinary white envelope, with very carefully written cursive handwriting on it, arrived at the Habitat for Humanity of Missoula office one day late last year.

Inside was a check for $100,000, meant as a donation to the housing nonprofit… read more



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