You are cordially invited
Hope to see you all there!!!
Habitat partners with Hearts & Hammers
Habitat for Humanity of Island County partnered with Hearts & Hammers on May 4th to build a landing porch and ramp for a North Oak Harbor homeowner in need. Habitat was able to build new steps and a ramp so the homeowner can access her home safely. None of this would have been possible without the help of our awesome volunteers!
Thank you Oak Harbor Walmart

On May 21st, Habitat for Humanity of Island County received $3000 from Walmart. We would like to thank Walmart Foundation for their generous donation and the staff & management of Walmart - Oak Harbor for their participation in this year's Women Build event. We hope to see you all again next year!
Habitat for Humanity of Island County needs you! Our two Stores - Oak Harbor and Freeland are always looking for volunteers. We need drivers and pick-up crews on Fridays & Saturdays. If you are interested in helping our team, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Irene Kintz at or click here to sign up online.
Our Volunteers
We would like to thank Wayne Crawford for donating his time with Habitat for Humanity for many years. He was a steady Monday volunteer at the Oak Harbor Store and has donated over 300 hours helping us out with our mission. We wish him and his family the best of luck in their new adventures!
Looking to buy quality, gently used and refurbished household and office furnishings? Habitat for Humanity of Island County has hundreds of affordable items to choose from. With convenient locations in Oak Harbor and Freeland, WA, you’re sure to find a new treasure for your home or office.
New items are added most every day, so be sure and come in regularly to check their most recent additions!
Want to donate items to help others? We gratefully accept household items, and building materials. As a non-profit organization, proceeds from your purchases at Habitat for Humanity stay right here in Island County to help build affordable housing for those in need.
At Habitat for Humanity you’ll find:
Mattresses – New And Used
Household Goods
Building Supplies (Freeland location only)
Lamps, Tables, Dining Room Sets, Living Room Sets
Office Furniture
Used Exercise Equipment
And So Much More!
Stop in today to find the perfect item for you!
Oak Harbor
290 SE Pioneer Way
(360) 675-8733
Mon-Sat 10-5pm | Sun 11-4pm

1592 Main Street
(360 0 331-6272
Mon-Sun 10-5pm

1000 Friends
A gift that Builds
Pledge to donate at least $50 semi-annually & combine it with pledges from others in the community. 1000 Friends can generate funds to build one additional home. YES, it's that easy!!!

Click HERE to get started.

Donating your vehicle to Habitat for Humanity is a great way to support our work. Proceeds from the sale of your donated vehicle will help Habitat families build strength, stability and self-reliance in the United States. Plus, it's fast and easy to do, and you may qualify for a  tax deduction .

How to donate your car
Donate your vehicle in three easy steps:
  1. Go to our donation wizard or call 1-877-277-4344.
  2. Provide your vehicle information and contact information.
  3. Schedule your car to be picked up.
Need help? Email us at  or call 1-877-277-4344.

Upcoming Events
  • July 4th 4TH OF JULY PARADE
Meet our Homebuyer
The Gann Family
"Hello, we are the Gann family. We are a family of four including Dru, the dad, Alli, the mom, and our two small children, Mathias and Malachi. We are originally from California, we packed up everything we had and moved to Whidbey Island 2 years ago to be near our family. After starting from scratch Dru, has found a job as a postal clerk at the Coupeville Post Office. While Alli stays home with our boys.

Getting selected by Habitat for Humanity of Island County has been a true blessing for our family. It has been a dream of ours to be able to raise our children in Coupeville, which seemed quite unobtainable until a very short time ago. The opportunity to not only live, but to actually own our own home in a safe and secure location is an answer to our praye rs."
The O-Zone
Happy Spring everyone!

Great news for our future families at the south end of Whidbey Island. The City of Langley city council adopted the new comprehensive plan and approved a rezone which affected our property. We now have the green light to build multi-family housing there. This means we can service more families. I look forward to building there by this time next year.

There is also a national campaign being launched on June 12, 2019. We will be engaging with staff and volunteers to ask for your support to help Habitat for Humanity educate the community about the need for affordable housing. Making housing affordable for families that are currently paying more than 30% of their income can help build a stronger community. If you want more information on this campaign please feel free to reach out to me or Tony Persson who is currently heading this campaign.

Thank you all for the work that you do.
Orin Kolaitis
Chief Executive Officer
Habitat for Humanity of Island County
( 360) 679-9444
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm