Committees


If you’re interested in learning more about a committee or when it meets, please contact Heather at volunteer@ehfh.org or 360-737-1759. 

Construction
Chair: Board Member Rich Helmke
This committee’s purpose is to coordinate Evergreen Habitat for Humanity’s construction of homes. The committee’s responsibilities include but are not limited to, house plans and specifications, procuring building materials, working with subcontractors, coordinating volunteer labor, and construction scheduling.

Faith Relations
Chair: Board Member Bruce Armstrong
The responsibilities of this committee are to identify local faith-based communities, to design partnership programs in order to build a faith-based coalition, and to support the initiative of eliminating sub-standard housing in our area.

Family Selection
Chair: Board Member Mojgan Kasraei
The point-of-contact for all future Habitat partner families, this committee is responsible for choosing future Evergreen Habitat for Humanity homeowners from an ever-expanding pool of applicants. The committee plans and conducts a series of homeowner orientations. Each homeownership applicant attends these orientations to become familiar with the Habitat program. The committee then organizes home interviews for qualified applicants and makes recommendations for family partnership.

Finance
Chair: Board Member Jeff Miller 
The Finance committee works with the board treasurer to review accounting procedures and produce an annual budget to be submitted to the board of directors for approval.

Development and Marketing
Chair: Development Director Amy Lodholz
The purpose of the development committee is to raise public awareness about Evergreen Habitat and work on donor retention and cultivation. This group takes part in public speaking opportunities and created the fund development plan, strategizing for the future or our organization.

Women Build
Chair: Crystal Bowen
The Women Build committee puts on events and fundraisers to build homes using a majority of female volunteers, architects, and designers. Committee members help to plan fundraisers, raise awareness of the program, and work on the construction site.