Palouse Habitat for Humanity Announces New Home Builds

Palouse Habitat for Humanity has selected the families for its 24th and 25th homes.

Construction will begin this summer in Moscow on the new home for Jake Austin and his sons. Construction on Kaylee Jones and her family’s new home in Uniontown will begin in early fall.

Palouse Habitat for Humanity’s annual Beans ‘n’ Jeans fundraiser raised $168,000 to start construction on the homes. The Austin and Jones homes are expected to cost $230,000 and $260,000 respectively, so funds are still needed to complete construction.

To volunteer to help build homes or make a contribution, go to palousehabitat.org.