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Habitat For Humanity in North St. Louis County, Minnesota Welcomes You!

2017 Habitat on the Hill

Homes for All - Where You Live Impacts Everything

On Tuesday, April 18th, Executive Director Nathan Thompson, NSLCHFH board members Scott Dane and Carolyn Dinneen and NSLCHFH homeowner Phyllis Rayton spent a day in St. Paul sharing the Iron Range's need for affordable housing and the impact your affiliate is making on the communities and families we serve.  As part of Homes For All, NSLCHFH requested $130 million in investments for safe, stable, and affordable housing across the state:  

-Invest $100 million in bonds for housing to build and preserve housing throughout Minnesota.

-Include an additional $30 million in the state budget for programs that help prevent homelessness, provide supportive services, and promote home ownership.

Photos:  Top Left:  NSLCHFH board member Carolyn Dinneen, Executive Director Nathan Thompson, NSLCHFH board member Scott Dane and NSLCHFH homeowner Phyllis Rayton. Phyllis sharing her story with Lt. Governor Tina Smith (top right), Senator Tom Bakk (bottom left) and Senator David Tomassoni (bottom right).

 

For more information about the Homes for All campaign, follow the links below:

2017 Legislative Request

2017 Budget Request

2017 Policy Priorities

2017 Capital Investment Request

 

HABITAT HOMES CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

2016 Building Season is Wrapping Up!

Sign up for Email Updates  or send us an email at habitat@nslchfh.org  to get the latest news and volunteer opportunities!

To see what's happening at Habitat this week click here!

The 2016 building season is coming to a close as we finishing up projects in Virginia, Hibbing and Chisholm. We are getting ready to begin our 2017 building season with "community builds" in Cook, Hibbing and Mt. Iron.  Get involved with these projects and check out the current projects link to find out what's happening and for volunteer opportunities.

To find out how you as an individual can help please call Susan Garrett, the Community Resources Manager, at the Habitat office at 866-749-8910 or email her at susan@nslchfh.org. You can also organize a group from your church, business civic group or family and friends!

North St. Louis County Habitat for Humanity is working to have a meaningful presence on the web to stay more connected with our supporters. Please look for information to be posted regularly about NSLCHFH as we move to build more homes and hope in northern Minnesota! Check out our facebook page and "like" us at:   www.facebook.com/nslchfh

 

Photo: Walls Going Up In Aurora!  2016 Care-A-Vanners