Help us build Homes, Community, and Hope
There are several ways to donate to Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity. Your charitable contribution, whether monetary or in-kind through building materials or otherwise, is tax-deductible as allowed.
Monetary donations can be made in person by sending to:
Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity
PO Box 3633
Gillette, WY 82717-3633
Please make checks out to Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity
Every time you shop at Smith’s you can help build a home for a family in need. Simply link your Fresh Values card to Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity, and Smith’s will donate a percentage of your eligible spending to our organization.
Log in to your account here (or create one for your rewards card.) Search for Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity, or enter our account number: IN453
Click “Enroll,” and you’re all set!
Currently we are working on the “Homes, Community, Hope + You” campaign here on our website.
This campaign is designed to strengthen our community by bringing together Habitat with people who want to see it continue here in Campbell County, at a time when so many people have spent so much time apart.
Funds for Homes, Community, Hope, and You will go directly towards building our organization.
Many Habitat affiliates have a “ReStore,” or a “HabiStore,” a way for the community to donate used home renovation items — like cabinetry, appliances, or even building materials — to be resold to the public, with the funds raised helping build the next Habitat house.
Currently Gillette does not have a ReStore. But we do take these same donations, as long as storage space allows, to help us furnish Habitat homes and keep the cost of our construction low, to benefit the next Habitat homeowner.
If you are doing a home renovation and have items you’d like to donate, please call 307-228-0024 or email email@example.com to get started today!
WyoGives was the first statewide day of giving, brought to you by the Wyoming Nonprofit Network. Wyoming charities have been hit hard by the COVID19 pandemic. WyoGives brought attention to local nonprofits that are doing the work to improve our community, every day.
In 24 hours of online giving on July 15, $535,791 was raised by 130 nonprofits. Our fundraising goal was $3000 towards our current home build.
We raised $5660, nearly double our goal! That funding will go towards our next home repair project. Thank you to everyone who donated, and please bookmark wyogives.org for next year!