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- We had the opportunity to meet this inspiring group last Sunday at St. Andrew's Church in Grand Rapids. They're... fb.me/7ybQGXQS0 8 hours ago
- Habitat sure missed Laura Laughlin this year :(. Maybe she will come back next year for the fun!!! The adult... fb.me/7sIni7PLH 5 days ago
HOME BUILDERS BLITZ 2015 IS GETTING CLOSER! THE LIST IS GETTING SO LONG OF TRADE VOLUNTEERS AND SPONSORS!
Wow look at the trade volunteers & sponsors! The list is getting long but we sure could use trade volunteers wanting to hang drywall, finish drywall and/or lay laminate flooring! Call us today if you want to participate in building a house in 5 days!
The response from contractors, suppliers and sponsors has been overwhelming. Thank you to everyone that has signed up! If you haven’t returned the required forms you still have time. Help us build a community not just a home on June 15th. Together we can do this in 5 days!
Add Kylmala Truss to this list of participants – thank you Keith!
It’s not an easy question to answer!
Try this quiz and see how much you know about the housing shortage in our world….and what you can do to help change it!
Habitat builds homes with three general principles. The homes must be:
How those houses are built after that???
It’s a local story. Homes are built with wood, fired clay bricks, concrete blocks…anything that is local and will fit into the local setting.
In Papua New Guinea, they’re built on stilts because of the heavy rain!
Check out Habitat homes from around the world — right here.
The experience you get building a home with Habitat for Humanity isn’t always easy to explain.
Giving your time, or talent, or other support toward building a home, and, by extension, toward building a future for someone, isn’t simple to put into words.
Sometimes you don’t need to.
There is a great video courtesy of the Denmark-based Team Generous that does a great job of giving a glimpse into what Habitat for Humanity is about.
During the week of July 12 Itasca County Habitat for Humanity hosted the Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva Illinois (UUSG). The group of 34 people framed a new home in Grand Rapids.
“This is the seventh year the group has volunteered to travel all these hours to help build safe, decent and affordable housing in Itasca County,” said Scott Stein, Habitat Executive Director. “They’re making a big impact.”
The group has 34 members this year. They worked approximately 1,200 hours. The UUSG stayed in the Grand Rapids Assembly of God Church. Other local churches provided meals at the work site during the week.
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Sunday, July 27th at 7:00 p.m. Grand Rapids United Methodist Church is hosting a summer benefit concert for Itasca County Habitat for Humanity. The music will include works by these American composers: Stephen Foster, Aaron Copland, Cole Porter, Douglas Moore, Jerome Kern, John Jacob Niles, and Celius Doughtery. Local musicians include John Scheuer, Susan Hoolihan, Irene Koski, and friends. A free will offering will be accepted to benefit Itasca County Habitat for Humanity. Refreshments will be served after the concert.