About Us

Our Mission

What We Do
Habitat for Humanity Missoula partners with eligible families in order to provide modest, energy-efficient homes for those living in substandard housing. We sell our homes to partner families at cost through an interest-free mortgage program, allowing us to make the homes affordable for each family.

How We are Financed
Habitat for Humanity of Missoula is financed through donations from individuals, clubs, churches, businesses, and agencies; grants from private foundations; in-kind donations from local and national companies; and house payments recycled to build more homes.

How Families are Selected
Families are selected after a lengthy, detailed, nondiscriminatory process which includes applications, interviews, and home visits. For more information on qualifications, click here

The Habitat Team

Staff
Geoff Brown – Executive Director
Frankie Feinstein – Volunteer Coordinator
Mike Sehorn – Build Site Supervisor
Nick Hendee – Build Site Assistant
Joshua Compton – ReStore Operations Assistant
Lloyd Mehr – ReStore Warehouse Assistant
Meg Ware – Administrative Assistant
Hannah McDaniel – Communications & Grants Director

Board of Directors
Kelin Johnson – President
Stockman Bank Insurance
Barbara Wickel – Vice President
Community Member
Laura Scoville – Secretary
Park Side Credit Union
Conor Newman – Treasurer
Boyle, Deveny & Meyer, PC
Kevin Bailey
Exit Realty
Kate Geer
A&E Architects
Gerhard Knudsen
Community Member
Lisa Mecklenberg Jackson
Community Member
Cathy Semmelroth
Community Member
Corey Cremer
First Security Bank
Sarah Eastlund
Opportunity Bank
Wendy Stuker
Community Member

FAQ’s

What is Habitat for Humanity of Missoula doing?
  • Seeking land to build on
  • Partnering with eligible families
  • Building new, energy-efficient homes
  • Providing simple, affordable homes for families living in substandard housing
  • Selling homes to partner families at cost with no interest or profit
  • Making it possible for hardworking families to find long-term stability within their means
  • Educating the community about the obstacles many families face in terms of homeownership opportunities
How is Habitat financed?
  • Donations from individuals, clubs, churches, businesses, and agencies
  • Grants from private foundations
  • In-kind donations from local and national companies
  • House payments recycled to build more homes
How are families selected for a home?

Families are selected after a lengthy, detailed, nondiscriminatory process which includes applications, interviews, and home visits. Final selections are made based upon: (We are an equal housing lender)

  • Need
  • Ability to repay a mortgage
  • Willingness to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Missoula
  • Residency or work in Missoula County for one year
How does Missoula benefit from Habitat?
  • People have clean, decent, safe, and affordable homes.
  • Property value is added to the tax base.
  • The appearance and value of the community is improved.
  • Money is spent locally on materials.
  • Volunteers gain valuable experience and learn new skills.
  • Families have a new sense of self-worth and self-reliance.
  • Donating individuals and businesses have an opportunity to improve availability and access to stable housing for local families.