Building affordable homes in
Nez Perce and Asotin Counties since 1991
February 2021
A Message from our Board Chair...
To say becoming the chair for the board of directors for the L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity is an honor; would be an understatement. I’ve found something that fulfills a part of me that I didn’t know was empty. 

I first got involved to swing a hammer after getting a desk job. I missed the work out doors and the physicality. My company volunteered for a day at a Palouse Habitat for Humanity build site, and it hit the nail on the head. We trimmed windows, hung siding, painted, dug holes, and helped wherever we could, but probably got in the way more than anything. Stopped by the local tavern on the way home; it was a good day.

To be perfectly honest, I came by the chair position in a lucky timing sort of event. But am I glad I did receive the luck. It will be hard to follow the previous Chair’s shoes, but I will do my best.

  • We have some great things coming for our organization thanks to our excellent Board of Directors and Executive Director, Deb Snyder. She took a fledgling and got it to flight in 1 short year. Below are some of the highlights that we are working on for 2021;
  • We placed a deserving family into the 34th home before the end of 2020 and we are so excited for Brittni. 
  • Lawn & Garden Loan Shed; based out of the Habitat Store; where people can rent tools for keeping their home up
  • The Clarkston Affordable Home Repair program; came from a community block grant for the city of Clarkston and will help repair homes for those that may not have the ability to do so otherwise
  • Brush with Kindness; a program that helps people paint their homes if they are unable.

2021 is going to be a break-out year for our organization and all I can do is marvel and thank all those that have supported habitat and been an asset in getting us where we are today. Thank you for all donors, volunteers, past and present, staff and board members and ED’s for making L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity a relevant and worthwhile organization. 
Our 2020 Annual Report is here...
Check it out!
Click on the image of above to go to the full report.

Our "30 for 30" campaign is under way...

Wear our lapel pin proudly.
To celebrate our 30th anniversary, join the 30 for 30 challenge. Volunteer 30 hours in 2021 or donate $30 to L-C Valley and get a 30-year Anniversary lapel pin. 
Save the Date...
Be sure to stop by our booth at this year's Home & Garden Show March 19-21. More information to come in the next newsletter and on social media. Stay tuned...
New Habitat Program...
Now Accepting Applications
Clarkston Affordable Home Repair (AHR) Program
in partnership with
The Affordable Home Repair program helps families address critical needs in their homes by focusing on safety, accessibility and meeting municipal codes. By offering home repairs for no or low cost, the program will help preserve and ensure safe, decent, and affordable housing in Clarkston, Washington.

Affordable repairs provide a low cost way for fixed income seniors and persons with disabilities, living in Clarkston, to repair or modify their homes so that they can continue to live safely and independently, and age in place. This program is not available to landlords or property management companies.

Possible Program Repairs:
  • Porch and step repairs
  • Exterior door repair and replacements
  • Roof and chimney repairs
  • Broken window repairs
  • Interior code violations
  • Plumbing hazards
  • Electrical hazards
  • HVAC repairs
  • Foundation repairs
  • Structural repairs
  • Tree hazards
  • Installation of smoke alarms/carbon monoxide detectors

In partnership with the City of Clarkston and Washington State Department of Commerce, LCV HFH is offering this program for residents in the city of Clarkston, Washington. If you live in Lewiston, Idaho, please visit www.cityoflewiston for information about their Home Repair Program, or call (208) 746-7265 ext. 7265.

For more information about this program, visit our website or call our office 509-758-7396. For more information about exterior repairs, see our website for our upcoming Brush with Kindness program.
Our way of saying thanks for all you do.
Volunteer Appreciation Day
Saturday, February 13, 9am - 4pm
If you've volunteered with L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity, stop by the store to pick up a special treat as a token of our appreciation.
Construction Update:
House #35 is underway!
Monthly Store Special:
  • Doors - 30% off
  • Screen doors - 50% off
  • Windows - 50% off

Please visit the store for specific pricing, or watch our social media pages. Be sure to check back weekly for highlighted items in our "Win It Wednesday" posts to see
I'm Jonathan Ryan Broncheau, Sr, 38. I'm the father of 2 boys and a resident and enrolled member of the Nez Perce/Colville/Tulalip Tribes. I enjoy family activities and family gatherings during my free time.

I became an employee at Habitat for Humanity in early 2020. I started out as a volunteer and got hired shortly after. Further into my employment, I began to learn about all of the great things this non- profit organization has done for its community - which has made me gain a great deal of respect for the company. For that, I am proud to be part of this organization.
HABITAT STORE HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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2021 Board of Directors
Dave Clark, Chair
Sunshine Siebert, Vice Chair
Traci Birdsell, Secretary
Randy Martin
Mike Moscrip, Treasurer
Kaare Norland
Becka Picchena
Rick Tousley
Matt White
Deb Snyder, Ex-Officio /Exec. Director
1242 Highland Ave, Clarkston, WA 99403
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed : Sat-Sun
 (509) 758-7396