Come out and join us for some fun at Meadowlake Park. We will be operating the rides July 29th thru Aug 1st in the evenings from 6-9. Enid Habitat will receive 50% of all ticket sales. Please come and support this wonderful organization where all funds go straight back to the community.
Foundation work has begun on a new home in North Enid. Though we are complying with federal and state guidelines for social distancing, COVID-19 will not stop our mission of providing affordable housing to Enid families. We will not be advertising public workdays during state and local stay-at-home orders, but please stay tuned for opportunities [...]
We are very thankful to Gateway Mortgage for their generous donation to Enid Habitat for Humanity's work. Their gift will support the construction of a new home in North Enid this year.
We were privileged to host students from Marquette University once again during their Spring Break in early March (before social distancing began). They did a tremendous job advancing our renovation project at 223 W. Pine. Please see this article in the Enid News and Eagle.
Our local Enid Homebuilders Association recently made a very generous financial contribution to Enid Habitat for Humanity. EHBA is an active group of skilled local homebuilders, tradesmen, and suppliers. Through donations of time, talent, and financial resources, EHBA are making a difference in our mission to provide affordable housing to Enid families. Please visit their [...]
Enid Habitat for Humanity president, Brian Pillatzke, receives $1200 in donations from board member, Dave Callant. Any size donations are always welcome, and there are many ways to give. Please visit our donations page for more information.
Earlier this month, we hosted another successful community garage sale and sold a wide variety of donated appliances, furniture, and construction materials. Despite frequent and sometimes heavy rain throughout the sale, buyers were not deterred, and we raised nearly $3,000 to support ongoing construction efforts. If you have furniture, appliances, or construction materials you no [...]
Students from Marquette University, a Catholic college in Milwaukee, generously spent their Spring Breaks volunteering across the US, including here in Enid with Habitat for Humanity. We can't say enough about the spirit, enthusiasm, strength and love of these university heroes. In only a week, they made tremendous progress on our 223 W. Pine [...]
Renovation of 223 W. Pine continued this past Saturday as we continued demolition and began framing a new bathroom. This project will be our focus in January, and later this month, we will post January work day information on the "volunteer" page of our website.
We are very thankful for volunteers from OHF (Oklahoma Housing Foundation). They invested a full days's work at three different Habitat sites clearing out a donated house, doing demo projects, renovating a home for a local senior, building storage at our warehouse, and putting a fresh coat of paint on our office building. These guys [...]