Building affordable homes in
Nez Perce and Asotin Counties
since 1991
August 2020
We Build Strength, Stability & Self-reliance
From the Executive Director
Why Volunteer?
Part of being a volunteer is loving what you're doing. Find something that you're passionate about or something that inspires you, and then find a need in your community.

There are dozens of reasons why you should volunteer - you just need to find the one that feels right. Take a look at the list below and see if you find a reason that resonates with you! Then click the green button that works for you.

How is Volunteering Changing?
The current crisis compels us to think differently about our own volunteering. According to a recent survey from Volunteer Match, half of the respondents who were volunteers answered that they want to help in-person and would like ideas on how to do so, while most of the remaining respondents were more comfortable switching to virtual volunteering.
Deb Snyder, Executive Director,
L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity
Whatever your reason, we believe volunteering can transform you and the world around you!


  1. Help others
  2. Make a difference
  3. Find purpose
  4. Connect with your community
  5. Use your skills in a productive way
  6. Develop new skills
  7. Make new friends
  8. Strengthen your resume
  9. Feel better about yourself
  10. Your favorite reason here
Don't want to leave the house? We have remote/virtual volunteer opportunities available.
Welcome new L-C Valley Habitat staff...
Jennifer McGlothen

Kacey Betts
Jennifer is a social work major at Lewis-Clark State College. She has had an active role with Habitat for Humanity since September of 2019 as a volunteer on the Homeowner Support committee.

Jennifer is motivated by a desire to help others as well as to help create a change in her own community. L-C Valley Habitat for Humanities mission and purpose are the driving force behind her active involvement.

Jennifer is an LC Work Scholar and joined Habitat for Humanity in May as the new part-time Volunteer Coordinator. Jennifer’s favorite quote is, “Be the change you want to see”. Here at Habitat we couldn’t agree more!
A husband and father of three with a background in construction, Kacey enjoys spending his days working, going on adventures with his family, and having fun in the garden. 

After traveling the Western side of the country with his wife, Kacey and Colleen knew they wanted to make the Valley home. So four years and three children later they returned to the Valley in 2017 to raise their family. 

Kacey is excited to start his new adventures with the Habitat Team and all of the wonderful volunteers that make it happen!
2020 Twin County United Way Community Impact Grant
JOIN US at the August Chamber Monthly Luncheon hosted by L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity.

DATE: Wednesday Aug 12, 2020
TIME: 12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION: Red Lion Hotel,
Lewiston ID

Welcome to our newest board member
Becka Picchena
I was born and raised in Lewiston and graduated from Lewiston High School in 2002. I went to work for River Cities Real Estate (formerly Ray J. White & Sons) in 2003 and became co-owner and Associate Broker of the company in 2019. I’ve been a licensed Realtor for 16 years. I am a wife and mother of two children, ages 9 and 6.

I currently serve on the Lewis Clark Board of Realtors BOD as president elect and have served two years on the Realtor Political Action Committee Events Committee as well as the Lewis Clark Association of Realtors MLS Committee. I am very excited to join the Habitat Team and use my background to help in any ways possible!
Picture Gallery shops at Habitat Store. You should too! Watch this video and find out why?
Sinks and Toilets 70% off!
HABITAT STORE HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Habitat Store Staff
Darrell Chastain, Store Manager
David Beavert, Assistant Manager
Levi Milage, Lead Driver
Johnny Broncheau, Driver Assistant
Mia VanKomen, Sales Associate
DeAnn Demm, Sales Associate
Dean Mueller, Receiving Lead
Michael Lansdowne, Receiving Clerk
For your in-kind donation of laminated counter tops..
For you in-kind donation of wood flooring and tile.
Every donation help build an AFFORDABLE home!
COMING TO YOU THIS FALL...our annual fundraiser:
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2020 Board of Directors
Jeremy Weeks, Chair
Dave Clark, Vice Chair
Andrew Steiner, Secretary
Sunshine Siebert, Treasurer
Traci Birdsell
Lori Gaskill
Randy Martin
Mike Moscrip
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