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Blog  ·  December 13 2022

The House That Windermere Built | Habitat For Humanity

The house that Windermere Built

We’ve raised the walls in the house that Windermere built! We are partnering with several South Sound Windermere offices to build a house with Habitat for Humanity of Tacoma/Pierce County.

Our goal is to raise $75,000 for the construction of this home, and this past weekend some Abodies were there to help out with raising the walls for our townhome in Habitat for Humanity’s latest neighborhood; Madison Meadows.

How You Can Help

If you’d like to make a financial contribution and help us reach our goal, click here. You can also help out by volunteering your time & labor. We’ll be volunteering onsite in early 2023 and will update this post with those opportunities.

We are particularly excited to partner with Pierce County Habitat For Humanity because they have recently switched their model in hopes of creating permanent affordability for would-be home owners. Learn more about Habitat’s mission and what’s new by visiting their website.

About Our Partnership with Habitat

At Windermere, we believe that everyone deserves a home, and we are committed to doing our part to drive change and make access to home ownership equitable. Home ownership is a pathway to building generational wealth and stable communities.

For too long, home ownership has been kept out of reach for many Black, Indigenous and Communities of Color. We seek to redefine home equity, deploy a data-driven strategy, intentionally reduce barriers for historically excluded populations, and work proactively to generate new opportunities to home ownership for historically underrepresented and marginalized people.

We are excited to partner with Habitat for Humanity and in doing so aim amplify to amplify the incredible work they are doing to create sustainable, affordable housing options in Pierce County.