Building affordable homes in
Nez Perce and Asotin Counties since 1991
October 2021
Affordable Home Ownership Program
We are excited to announce that we are accepting applications for our 35th Habitat house through 5 pm on October 15, 2021. We broke ground on this 3-bedroom build in the final weeks of 2020. Our building permit was recently approved by the City of Lewiston so we are ready to move forward with the next stages of construction.

Information about our Affordable Home Ownership Program and applications are available on our website, by calling the office at 509-758-7396, or by emailing

IMPORTANT: Applications and ALL required paperwork must be received or postmarked by 5 pm on October 15, 2021.

If you know of anyone who might qualify for the program or who is interested, please have them contact us. We want to share this opportunity with as many people in Nez Perce and Asotin counties as possible.
The 6th annual Pumpkin Patch,
hosted by the L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity
When: October 10 - Halloween, 10am - 6pm, Daily
Where: 1242 Highland Ave, Clarkston (Corner of 13th & Highland Ave)
What: Over 3000 pumpkins and gourds of all sizes
Youth activities, games, photo opportunities, and fun for the whole family!
Special Saturday Extravaganzas:
October 23 & 30
Pony Rides
Clarkston Farmers Market

For more details and directions, follow us on Facebook or call 509-758-7396.
This event is the signature fundraising event for the L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds from the event will support building affordable habitat homes and providing home repairs in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Click the the following link to learn more about our Patch!
Meet Our New Volunteer Specialist
Vanesa Serna is our Volunteer Specialist through the Work Scholars Program at Lewis-Clark State College.

Vanesa is from Southern Idaho and is in her second year of college. She is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on Medical Administrative Assisting with a minor in Coaching.

This is her first time working for a non-profit and she is excited to be working with us because Habitat for Humanity helps people in need.
October Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Help decorate the patch the first full week of October

  • Assist with pumpkin unloading on October 9th noon - 3pm

  • Many shifts are available in our service tent throughout the patch

For more information visit the patch website, call Julia at 509-860-4865, or email

Sign up today to join in the fall fun!
THANK YOU to September Volunteers!
TCUW Day of Caring- 2021
On Friday, September 10th Twin County United Way partnered with Clarkston High School to engage the seniors in a "Day of Caring."

We were fortunate enough to have 6 students at our affiliate office. They painted wire spools and a tabletop to be used later this month at our pumpkin patch. Their work saved us considerable time and will make the patch look that much more polished this year. We enjoyed working with them and appreciate their help!

Go Bantams!
A Weekend at the Fair
Thanks to all who took the time to stop by our educational booth at the Nez Perce County Fair last month!

We enjoyed the opportunity to chat with each and every one of you, share information about our programs, and invite you to our upcoming pumpkin patch.

As a special note, our booth was honored with a 3rd ribbon for educational booths.
Need Some Help? Checkout our Habitat Programs
Specials: Watch the store all month long. We will have “Sale Zones” each week with discounts up to 50% off! It will change every Tuesday and run through Saturday starting Tuesday October 5th!

Watch our social media pages or visit the ReStore for other
"Manager Specials"
Meet Michael
Meet Michael Lansdowne, who has been employed by HFH since June of 2020. He and his fiancé, Khristevia, are loving parents to their combined children. Michael is passionate about his faith, his family, and Habitat for Humanity. When he isn’t working, taking care of his family, or watching the Seahawks, you will probably find him tinkering, repairing something, or making music. 

He is one of the hardest working employees in the building and takes the mission of HFH very seriously. We were proud when he was selected to be the first person to hold the role of supervisor for the ReStore. Thank you for all that you do Michael!
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2021 Board of Directors
Traci Birdsell, Secretary
Dave Clark, Chair
Barbara Craigie
Randy Martin
Mike Moscrip, Treasurer
Kaare Norland
Becka Picchena
Sunshine Siebert, Vice Chair
Deb Snyder, Ex-Officio /Executive Director
1242 Highland Ave, Clarkston, WA 99403
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Admin Office Closed : Sat-Sun
 (509) 758-7396