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The WAHFH ReStore is now open Wednesdays to Saturdays, 10:00-4:00. 


A Brush with Kindness is a nation-wide effort to serve low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain their homes by focusing on minor home repair services such as painting, minor household repairs, landscaping, and exterior clean-up. Volunteers work alongside the homeowner and team leaders try to make the experience of helping others a positive one. A Brush with Kindness is a partner to Habitat’s core building program. It allows us to serve a different population than we currently serve, yet follows the same basic tenets for eligibility (need, ability to pay, willingness to partner). It is a direct fit with HFHI’s strategic plan to exponentially increase the number of families served.

A Brush with Kindness uses volunteers, donated materials and no interest loans to makes repairs affordable, helping low-income homeowners continue to live independently and securely in their homes. It is part of Habitat’s broader community development strategy called the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. The Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative is designed to intentionally pursue our strategic imperative of helping to transform and strengthen communities. It is a holistic approach that revitalizes the appearance of the neighborhood, encourages connections within the community, and most importantly, helps preserve affordable housing stock.

A Brush With Kindness is available to families living within the 13 communities of Waterville Area Habitat For Humanity's service area and is dependent upon volunteer availability. WAHFH does not do any type of work on mobile homes.

For more information contact us at 207-616-0166 or email us at:  

Alan Reynolds ,President        Peter Phair, Executive Director & ReStore Manager  



             Bert Young                            Angela Wells                  Henry Harwood



man signingIf you feel you qualify for a Habitat house you must first read our one-page fact sheet and when you’re ready, fill out the application and mail it to us (the mailing address below).

If you have any other questions about the application, feel free to contact us.


Download Fact Sheet


Download Application


Waterville Area Habitat for Humanity
P.O. Box 1972
Waterville, ME 04903-1972

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Donate Now

Your donations make it possible for us to build homes in the Waterville area. Donate now to help build homes for hardworking local families so they can escape unsafe living conditions and enjoy the pride of home ownership in our communities.


Volunteers are the heart of our organization. We are always looking for both individual and group volunteers to work at the Waterville Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore, to build Habitat homes, or to serve on our supporting committees. Please volunteer to help us on AND off the build site.


Our local thrift store is full of amazing finds! Buy household goods here, or donate your gently used items to help build Habitat homes in the Waterville Area.


The Habitat for Humanity Weatherization Program provides up to $600 of materials installed by supervised WAHFH volunteer labor to help weatherize a qualified house.

Contact US

If you have any question, need more information, or would like to get involved, please contact us.

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