Keep York County Warm! always needs funds to sustain itself and grow! Help us serve more families by
donating to our weatherization program. Donations will be used to purchase weatherization materials
and storm windows. Thank you!
You can also mail checks designated for Weatherization to:
Habitat for Humanity York County
PO Box 267
Kennebunk, ME 04043
Area churches have the unique opportunity to “Adopt-A-Home” in York County to weatherize. Churches can
adopt a home by donating or by signing up members to weatherize homes. All participating churches will be
recognized in our Thank You! section below.
To sign up, send in our form or contact Habitat for Humanity York County at KYCW@habitatyorkcounty.org.
Our program also accepts weatherization materials, including: window kits, board insulation, unopened cans of
spray foam, hair dryers, measuring tape, window and door weatherstripping (new), clear scotch tape, scissors,
hacksaws, caulk, and caulk guns. To donate, drop by our ReStore during business hours with your materials
and specify that they are for Habitat’s weatherization program!
The following foundations and churches have contributed to the Keep York County Warm! program. Their generous contributions have helped ensure the sustainability of this program and have enabled us to bring an invaluable service to York County!
Naragansett Number One Foundation
Sam L. Cohen Foundation
Maine Community Foundation
South Congregational Church – Kennebunkport
St. Ann’s Episcopal Church, Kennebunkport
St. David’s Episcopal Church – Kennebunk
St. Matthew Church of Limerick
Rosamund Thaxter Foundation
The York Rotary Club
John & Nancye Tuttle
We are also gratefull to the following businesses and institutions that have supplied teams of volunteers for this program
Tom's of Maine