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


Habitat for Humanity's Response to COVID-19

Dear Friends of Habitat,
As you are aware, a wave of closures, cancellations and postponements has unfurled as the COVID-19 pandemic has quickly evolved.  I know I speak for all of us at Habitat when I say our thoughts and prayers are with everyone impacted.  Beyond all else, our highest priority is the health and safety of our entire North St. Louis County Habitat for Humanity community— staff, partner families, volunteers, supporters and all our neighbors across the Iron Range.
We want to update you on our plans for the next few weeks as we take the advice and direction from Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat for Humanity of Minnesota and our local, state and Federal government.  We are all trying to do our part to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Therefore, starting today, March 27th, North St. Louis County Habitat for Humanity will be closed to the public through April 10th.  
During this time our staff will be working remotely or in isolation, keeping our construction sites safe and heated, answering phone calls and emails and planning for a very active time as our community comes back together to build strength, stability and self-reliance with our neighbors in need of shelter.
We are working together with you through these difficult and unprecedented times and will need your continued support as we move forward.
A sense of connectedness and a willingness to actively help shape the world around us for the better has always been a hallmark of Habitat. You have helped sustain our work with 100 families through 25 years of ministry, and we will weather this unprecedented challenge together.  
As much as we wish there might be a playbook for the situation we all find ourselves in, it has not been written yet. What has been written is the command to love our neighbors and to act with kindness wherever we can. We thank you for the close and loving community that you continue to help us build, and we appreciate your unwavering support.
Nathan Thompson
Executive Director


Our 2019 Build Season is in full swing!  We are working on two projects in West Eveleth and two in Hibbing.  Stay tuned for more details as those homes begin to take shape.  

We are accepting applications for our 2020 Build Season!  Check out our "How to Apply" section by clicking HERE.  

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 2019 Build Season includes "community builds" in Biwabik, Eveleth and Hibbing.  Our long standing partnership with the Chisholm and Hibbing High Schools and the Hibbing Community College will be building in Hibbing this year.  Get involved with these projects and check out the current projects link to meet our families.  

To find out how you as an individual can help and volunteer, 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: Patterson Home - Hibbing