Home is Where the Heart is

For fortunate individuals among us, “home” evokes a sense of safety and security. For others in our community, “home” does not provide the same sense of security. COVID 19 has on exacerbated the challenges low-income households in York County face. As we continue to experience the effects of the pandemic, households are not only struggling to find safe, decent, and affordable shelter, they are struggling with food insecurity.

Kennebunk ReStore Food Drive

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Habitat for Humanity York County is partnering with Community Outreach Services (COS) Kennebunk and the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk to support essential needs in York County through our Home is Where the Heart Is campaign. Habitat York County will begin collecting food for these organizations on February 1, 2021 and will continue to do so throughout the month of February.  

Help us build two homes in 2021!
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Habitat Hearts

Share your love by purchasing a $5 heart for our new display inside the ReStore. All heart donors will be entered to win a ReStore certificate for $50!


Habitat Valentine's Day Card

Give the gift of home! Make a donation in your Valentine's name and we will send them a Habitat card. You can do this at the ReStore or online. We will even mail the card for you!

* Minimum $10 donation. After your donation we will email you and ask for the recipients mailing address or you can pick it up

Love Builds Day

Donors contributing $100 or more will be invited to a limited capacity Love Builds Day, including lunch. Love build day will take place in spring 2021.

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Most needed food pantry items

Donations can be mailed to PO Box 267, Kennebunk ME, 04043 or made by phone by calling 985-4850. Please call or email development@habitatyorkcounty.org with any questions.