About Us

OUR VISION: A world where
everyone has a decent place to live.

Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties (HFHWD) is a nonprofit organization that strives to help local low-income families have a place to call home. Through our exterior home preservation program, A Brush With Kindness (ABWK), we help local homeowners in the community. With the help from volunteers and community members, we provide services to repair the exterior of the homes, including painting, building ramps and decks, landscaping, minor home repairs, and so much more. Additionally, we provide affordable housing to local low-income families who qualify. We build two to four Habitat Homes per year so that families may have a decent place to live. Building and repairing homes for families in need.

Volunteers, partner homeowners, donors and leaders can make a difference in the local community. Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties doesn’t provide a hand-out but instead a hand-up. Homeowners invest 500 hours of “sweat equity” to help build their own homes. Afterwards, houses are then sold to partner families at no-profit and are financed with affordable, no-interest mortgages. Click here for more information about housing. In addition, ABWK homeowners also work alongside volunteers to help repair the exterior of their home. ABWK homeowners pay for supplies and materials at a no-interest payment plan.
Click here for more information about A Brush With Kindness.

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Consistently place families in new or renovated homes each year.

The focus is to create opportunities for everyone to live in decent and durable shelter. The goal is to build, renovate, or preserve at least one home per year. With improved finances, Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties is working to make this 2 per year, and the following year to build 3 to 4 new Habitat Homes. The hope is to create affordable housing for local families in the community. This is to break the viscous cycle of poverty.

Assist current homeowners with critical home repairs.

In 2011, the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative was established. Through the A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) program, volunteers have assisted a dozen families and have hosted neighborhood cleanup days. ABWK projects have included exterior home repair, landscaping, building ramps and decks, and so much more. These actions help homeowners and families to lower utility bills and have a safer home.

Promote dignity and hope. 

Everyone should live in their own home with dignity and pride. Every person has something to contribute. Moreover, everyone has something to gain from creating communities where people have affordable places to live. Dignity and hope are best achieved through equitable, accountable partnerships. Volunteers are able to help provide hope for families by building or repairing homes.

Support sustainable and transformational development.

Lives can be transformed from Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis. Positive changes can be made within a community, socially, economically, and spiritually. Evidently, the work done is based on mutual trust and shared accomplishment.

Work closely with Ogden City on the Lincoln Cottages development.

In 2013, this project broke ground by the Ogden Redevelopment Agency. The goal was to increase home ownership in Ogden. Depending on our funding, Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties have the opportunity to build several homes near our Habitat Doxey homes. The goal is to improve the neighborhood.

Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ. 

The mission is “seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope”. Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties believes that everyone must all be the “hands and feet” of that love and grace in our world. Respectful relationships can grow among all people in the community. So much more can be done by demonstrating love, compassion, and respect.

Seeking to put God’s love into action,
Habitat for Humanity brings people together
to build homes, communities and hope.


Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations will not proselytize. Nor will Habitat For Humanity work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with Habitat For Humanity. This means that Habitat For Humanity will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must adhere to or convert to a particular faith or listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.


Prior to our affiliate’s incorporation in 1995, the Weber and Davis counties area in Utah was served by Habitat for Humanity of Northern Utah, located in Brigham City, Box Elder County. Although the Habitat for Humanity Weber and Davis Affiliate was originally incorporated in June 1995, it had become inactive by 1998. During 2002, a group of concerned business leaders and individuals recognized the need for safe, decent, and affordable housing for low-income families in our area. These individuals became committed to revive the organization. During Fall 2004, the status and official name of the organization was updated with both the Internal Revenue Service and the Utah State Department of Commerce. Since that time, the organization has been known as Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties, Inc.


During 2004, Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties renovated a home for the Cabrera family at 3210 Pingree in Ogden. A new home was built for the Barnett family at 3204 Pingree in Ogden. During 2006, a new home at 769 Cowley Street in Layton was completed for the Allen family. During 2008, the affiliate completed rehabilitation of the formerly-dilapidated home located at 127 Doxey Street in Ogden. Afterwards, the Olsen family was able to receive this home. During 2009, there were two addtional uninhabitable homes that were rehabilitation. The home located at 133 Doxey Street in Ogden was completed during December 2009, and dedicated to the Noorda family in January 2010. The home located at 128 Doxey Street, also completed during December 2009, was dedicated to the Guerrero family in February 2011. The Wiseman family are in their new home at  3457 Jefferson Avenue in Ogden.  We have completed a home on 27th Street.


There are current projects to build homes for Habitat partner families. Habitat homes are simple, basic, decent, and affordable. Habitat purchases or has land donated in modest-income neighborhoods. Construction labor is donated by partner families, volunteers, and community members. Therefore, we are able to sell the homes to our partner families at no-profit. The price is often substantially lower than comparable homes. Partner families are also able to save thousands of dollars in conventional loan costs by buying their homes with interest-free loans provided by Habitat.

The Habitat For Humanity International website contains more information on Habitat’s history, mission, volunteer opportunities and contact information for other Habitat affiliates around the world.

HFHWD serves the following 37 towns and cities in the Weber and Davis areas:

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Bountiful, Centerville, Clearfield, Clinton, Eden, Farmington, Farr West, Fruit Heights, Harrisville, Hooper, Huntsville, Kaysville, Layton, Liberty, Marriott-Slaterville, Nordic Valley, North Ogden, North Salt Lake, Ogden, Plain City, Pleasant View, Reese, Riverdale, Roy, South Ogden, South Weber, Sunset, Syracuse, Taylor, Uintah, Warren, Washington Terrace, West Bountiful, West Haven, West Point, West Weber and Woods Cross.

We are actively seeking land for future building projects. Our greatest challenge is finding property on which we can build homes. Please contact us if you have a lot you are interested in donating to us. Gifts of property are tax deductible.

Board Members

President: Mike Lloyd
Vice President/ReStore Chair: Tim Taylor
Secretary: Elizabeth Fuller
Treasurer: Kyle Johnsen

Board Member: Ben Gerritsen
Construction Chair: Jeremy Farner
Faith Relations: Catherine Tobey
Family and Site Selection: Gina Gonzalez
Grant Writer/Fund Raiser: Lynn Kelley
HAFB Board Rep: Dan Wilson
Past President: Paul Starkey
Volunteer Chair: Glenn Boudreau
WSU Rep: Carly Capener

Staff Members and Committee Members

A Brush With Kindness Coordinator/Office Manager: Dixie Story
Construction Manager:Rick Boman
Executive Director: Jeannie M. Gamble
Marketing Director: Maria Rague
Resource Development: Kent Jorgenson
ReStore Manager: Sherri Jones
ReStore Asst. Manager:Matt Alexander
Volunteer Coordinator: Neyla Hadfield

Past Presidents

Past President 2013-2017: Paul Starkey
Past President 2011-2013: Joel Lee
Past President 2010-2011: Tom Hart
Past President 2008-10: Brook Lyons
Past President 2007-8: Robert Gleave
Past President 2006-7: Felicia Cornwell
Past President 2005-6: Lynn Kelley

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