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Humanity in Action Campaign Vision
Far too many Central Oregon families cannot afford a home. Our Humanity in Action campaign will help many more families in our region access the dream and the opportunities that go along with homeownership.
Humanity in Action aims to achieve long-term, systemic impact in both the Bend and Redmond Communities by:
Completing 40 new affordable homes by 2024
Establishing a base for building 20 homes per year after 2024.
Humanity in Action Campaign Need
Many working families in Bend and Redmond cannot afford a home – either to rent or to buy! First responders, health care providers, teachers, small business owners and other working families deserve a path to homeownership.
The median home value in Bend is $728,500. In Redmond it’s $540,000 (as of October 1, 2022).
Approximately 50% of Deschutes County residents pay more than 35% of their income for rent; 32% are paying more than half of their income for rental housing (U.S. Census data).
Humanity in Action Campaign Goal: $4 Million
$2 million establishes the Habitat for Humanity Mission Fund – building capacity of the Bend-Redmond Habitat organization, and establishing a new home for an improved ReStore in Redmond.
$2 million help build 40 new affordable homes for working families over three years.Donate
Humanity in Action Campaign Progress
Humanity in Action Campaign Impact
Together we can build new homes for working families.
Funding for each new Habitat for Humanity Home
Humanity in Action Donations $75,000
Public Funds $120,000
Families – affordable mortgage $200,000
Average cost per home $395,000
Giving to the Humanity in Action Campaign
Donations of all sizes will help Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity reach its campaign goal. Become a Community in Action campaign supporter today. Click the button below to learn more about the ways to give.Giving to the Campaign