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From October 1st – January 8th, please join us and help Habitat for Humanity Anchorage build houses, build hope and change lives.

Our goal is to raise $100,000 in 100 days!


We were able to raise  

$108,335 in 100days!!

Your contributions have a direct impact on assisting hard-working families

in Anchorage to secure safe and affordable homes.

Thank you so much for all you do.

About the campaign

Habitat for Humanity Anchorage is thrilled to introduce the 1000 Women Strong campaign, driven by a dynamic and socially responsible group of women. Our goal: Ensuring that decent housing is accessible for hard-working families. This is a 100-day, peer-to-peer campaign where we partner with donors, faith organizations, and businesses in our community to fundraise for future Habitat for Humanity homebuilds in Anchorage.


Housing needs in Anchorage are too great for one single organization to solve. Habitat for Humanity seeks to provide a hand up -- not a hand out -- and open the door to safe, decent, affordable homeownership for families in our community. The key to being part of the solution? Donors and volunteers like you.

This campaign is not exclusive; we want everyone to join as we build up the the strength, values, and passion of women in this community and achieve our goals. Over the next 100 days, we invite women, female-owned/lead businesses, groups of friends, families, co-workers, and those who love and support the women in their lives to join together and support the important work Habitat for Humanity Anchorage is preparing to achieve in the coming years.


Are you inspired to get involved with Habitat?


Come to our EVENTS or make a donation 

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Together, we empower through shelter!

How to get involved



Check out our lineup of exciting events! With brunch, movie night, Zumba, brewery tastings, & more, there's something for everyone!


Peruse our unique, handmade, and antique items in the display case at the ReStore entrance. New auctions start biweekly, so check back often. 


Spread the word to your friends & colleagues
by sharing on social media or emailing a link to
our website. Help us raise $100,000 in 100 days
to build a new Habitat home! 

Check our  event reports


Wednesday, Nov. 1

Raise a Glass, Raise a Roof -Wine Tasting- 

6:00pm- 8:00pm

Location: 900 E Benson Blvd, Anchorage


Join us for a wine tasting hosted by the Vinera Wine Society. Enjoy a range of wines from around the world presented by an expert sommelier. The Vinera Wine Society will donate 10% of any purchases from the event back to Habitat.


Saturday, Nov. 18

1000 Women Zumba Strong

6:00pm- 8:00pm

Location: The Nave


Dance with us, sweat with us... and get STRONG with us!
Get your groove on while supporting Habitat! Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance workout that's all about having fun. Newbies and pros are all welcome!



S2S Fun Movie night

- Barbie-

6:00pm- 9:00pm

Location: Refuge City Church


Come watch the Barbie movie with us! Laugh together, have fun, and support 1000 Women Strong movement while enjoying the most charming, exciting, and highest-grossing movie of 2023.


Wednesday, Nov. 15

Cider Night with Double Shovel Cider Company

5:00pm- 7:00pm

Location: Double Shovel Cider Company

Join us for cider and supporting community at Double Shovel! Their delicious, naturally gluten-free hard ciders are crafted right here in Anchorage with hand-picked Alaskan apples, Pacific Northwest apples berries, and other fruits!



Saturday, Dec. 9

Hops for Homes with

Odd Man Rush Brewing 

5:00pm- 7:00pm

Location: Odd Man Rush Brewing

Enjoy your favorite drinks and music by our own A-Town Sharps!There is no fee for entry and all are welcome to attend! Proceeds from this event will support Habitat for Humanity's 1000 Women Strong campaign.



how we

got started

It all started in 2008 when a small group of women had a similar passion for humanity and wanted to provide families a safe place to call home. The 100 Women House was born.

Featured story: "This is my house"

If I hadn't found Habitat, we would still be in that one-bedroom apartment. And it wasn't the best of conditions. There was an old electric stove, and depending on what you were doing, you'd get shocked. The dryer was always going out, and we had to hang clothes all over the house. It seemed really quiet when we were looking for a place, but then over time, there was a lot of violence. There was actually a homicide in our building. It's those things that put a lot of stress on people, and we were definitely feeling that.

I didn't think I was going to qualify. But they considered that a need: four people in one bedroom, having the issues that we were having. I had no idea that I was capable of doing a lot of the things that we ended up doing. I loved it. For almost a year, I was working seven days a week, plus doing sweat equity. Depending on my shifts, I would work a morning shift, then go to the Habitat ReStore and work an evening shift there. Monday through Friday, I took Habitat classes in the evening, and I put in my construction hours on the weekends, every Saturday if possible. While constructing the house, I got to know my neighbors. We built each other's homes, and you can't get much closer than that.

The biggest difference overall is that general sense of security. Just knowing that it's ours, and we make all the decisions - it's been really comforting for our family. I think the kids knowing that they won't have to move is very comforting. We've made a lot of moves over the years - 13, in fact.

I know my son really appreciates having his room. Having his place, his own room - he really likes it a lot. He's trying to convince me to turn the basement into a room, which I don't know if I'm keen on yet. But it's definitely a possibility. Just knowing that we have possibilities, it's really awesome.

You know, I think I was more scared of buying a car than buying a house. And the only reason for that was Habitat forHumanity. I feel really comforted knowing that, if anything were to happen, Habitat would work with me. So I didn't feel scared, just willing.

When I went to sign all of the official paperwork, and they hand you the real keys and the title and everything, that;s when I was like, This is happening. This is now my house, and these are my keys." We moved in right away, that next weekend, even with boxes all over the place it felt like, "This is my house."   ~ Lyndsay, Habitat homeowner

Your support - $20 a month or any amount you can afford - helps a mother like Lyndsay build a decent place to call home. Give today!

What your support will impact


invest in new construction

housing projects. Habitat Anchorage plans to build 2 new affordable housing units by 2023


revitalize neighborhoods

through supporting our new Repair Program. Habitat Anchorage is expanding our services to repair 3 owner-occupied homes by 2023

Getting started - create a fundraiser

express your "why" and share your fundraising page

By creating a fundraiser during this campaign, you are helping Habitat for Humanity Anchorage build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. When you set up your fundraising page as an individual or as a team, write a compelling story of why you are fundraising on behalf of Habitat for Humanity. Remember to include a photo or a video! And share it on your social media or email to friends and family. If you need photos, click here.

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Be part of the movement - donations
pick your impact
100% of the donations raised in your campaign will go directly to Habitat for Humanity programs - every dollar raised is meaningful. Create a fundraiser as an individual or as a team and set your goal. Here are some general Habitat program costs to help you set your fundraising goal:

Case of Caulking

Donate a case of caulking 

for $25

New bathroom sink

Donate a new bathroom sink

for $50

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New Toilet

Donate a new toilet 

for $100

Bathroom Sinks
Bathroom Sink

Donate a bathroom sink for $50

New Window

Donate a case of caulking 

for $200

New Water Heater

Donate a new water heater

for $500

New  home insulation

Donate a new home insulation for $1,000

Tools to add to your fundraising page - resources
photos and videos
Here is a collection of photos and videos for you to download and share on your pages.

Doing the Dishes
Kitchen Sink

Donate a kitchen sink for $150


Donate a window for $200

Water Heater

Donate a water heater for $500

Our impact since 1992


128 affordable housing

units built or renovated in Anchorage


over 120 families

achieved homeownership and now live in stable housing


over 50,000 volunteers

mobilized to build or improve homes for local families

1000 Women Strong Resources
Event Information

about us

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. We believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.

Thank you for joining us in our mission to provide affordable housing for all! With your support, Habitat for Humanity is reshaping the landscape of housing in Anchorage, one house at a time.

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Helping improve the quality of life in the communities where we live and work is a fundamental value for ConocoPhillips Alaska (COPA) and our employees. COPA does that by funding worthy causes, and by lending a helping hand where it's needed most. Since 2000, we’ve donated nearly $127 million in support of social services, education, civic, arts, environmental and health, and safety initiatives statewide.​​


Habitat for Humanity – Anchorage has a mission to build houses, build hope, and change lives. They offer social service support building and renovating affordable homes.


COPA’s support for social services organizations comprises approximately one-quarter of the company’s community investment contributions. COPA has been a community investor in Habitat for Humanity – Anchorage since the early 1990s. In that time, COPA has awarded funds for major projects including Energy Partnership Homes, purchase of a construction trailer, and various fundraiser engagements including Built It Breakfast, Cork and Fork, Gingerbread Showcase, and the annual 1,000 Women Strong Campaign. COPA has also had the opportunity to provide surplus donation items including doors and computers.


Further, a number of COPA employees have volunteered with Habitat, serving on the board of directors or as a collaborative team to assist in building homes. Many COPA employees make personal financial contributions that have been matched by the company.


The legacy of giving from COPA to Habitat culminates in the recent 2020 grant awards to support the 1,000 Women Strong Campaign, the purchase of a new construction truck, as well as an expansion -  the “Make- It” Classroom in the Re-Store facility. Regular communication between COPA and Habitat regarding projects that will help make the organization successful, impactful in the community, and sustainable, led to the understanding that these efforts will provide much opportunity in the coming years.


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