Help Build a Stronger Future

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Thousands of local households are living in overcrowded, unsafe, or unaffordable housing.

Habitat for Humanity of Kent County works with individuals and families of all kinds to help everyone build a safe and healthy home base to pursue their dreams.

Volunteers are the heartbeat of Habitat Kent. Everyone can make a difference to help build affordable housing for local families.

No experience, tools, or skills are necessary to participate.  All you need is a great attitude, a willingness to be flexible, and be ready to work.



homes built together


children living in a safe, stable, and healthy home


volunteers working together every year

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What about the weekend?

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Over 105,000 kids in West Michigan receive free and reduced lunch at school five days a week. This does not include the weekends or extended school breaks!

Hand2Hand delivers nutritious food to students over the weekends and on extended school breaks by mobilizing churches, schools, individuals, and businesses to join together, providing hope and opportunity to thrive.

Please join us at the FOAMit packing event to assemble 3000 snack packs!








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Join us at Kids' Food Basket

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Not all kids have consistent access to nutritious meals. 

Childhood hunger encompasses all of the harmful effects of chronic malnourishment, including the inability to think clearly and function optimally.

Kids’ Food Basket believes healthy food is a right, not a privilege, for every child.



Servings of produce grown and distributed from the KFB Farm since July 1, 2021


Students participated in our nutrition education curriculum since July 1, 2021


Distribution sites across the Kent, Muskegon, Ottawa and Allegan counties

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5th Grade Pen Pals with Cesar Chavez

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The 5th grade students at Cesar Chavez will write about their family, school, and interests and we get to write them back!  We will send one letter a month with a toal of 4-5 letters.  The pen pals are to encourage the students to think about their future and explore career options.

This program means a lot to the students because it motivates them to engage in their writing skills and connect with people in their community.  It also helps with social skills, creativity, and building self-confidence.

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