Changing Lives

The impact study done by Habitat Minnesota in 2012. This video shows the impact Habitat for Humanity has across the state using the results from the 2012 Homewoner Impact Pilot Study with interviews conducted with homewoners.


This video was created in 2012 to celebrate the more than 2,000 families in Minesota whose lives where changed by Habitat for Humanity; families who no longer live in poverty housing, and children who now have a safe, decent place to call home. 

Now Accepting Applications for Homeownership in North St. Louis County

North St. Louis County is currently accepting applications for the homeownership program. There is no waiting list! One family is needed for the 2015 building season and five more are needed for the 2016 building season.

You or someone you know may qualify to own an affordable, energy efficient and safe home.

Families are selected on three criteria: 

- Need for Housing

- Willingness to be a Partner

- Ability to Repay an Affordable Mortgage.

More details on selection criteria can be found under the "Changing Lives" - homeownership link on this website.

Please consider encouraging someone you know who needs the hand up and live changing help that a stable home can provide.

Simply give us a call at 218-749-8910 or toll free at 866-749-8910 to get the application process started!

Photo:  The Paschke family signs the Mortgage of their new home!

Habitat For Humanity in North St. Louis County, Minnesota welcomes you!

Effectively Living and Working Within a Diverse World-- Training Seminar

North St. Louis County Habitat for Humanity and Habitat Minnesota are hosting the EFFECTIVELY  LIVING AND WORKING WITHIN A DIVERSE WORLD training session led by Jodi Pfarr. This unique training will allow participants to become conscience of and better understand their personal experiences while also being open to the complexities of others experiences. Participants leave with a very practical understanding of how to work effectively with diverse populations– whether that diversity is economic, racial, gender, etc.– to help them better manage,  supervise, or volunteer within their organization or communities.

Since 2011, Jodi Pfarr has been conducting impactful seminars leaving people learning and laughing. She brings audiences the knowledge she has gained from years of hands-on experience within the criminal justice system, social services, religious institutions and nonprofit organizations. This vast work experience enriches her presentation with stories from the trenches that audiences often find relatable and transferable into their own lives.

 

Monday, March 16, 2015

Mountain Iron Community Center– Mt. Iron

8586 Enterprise Dr. South, Mountain Iron, MN 55768

From 9:00am– 3:30pm

This event is open to the community

Public: $30 if registered before February 27 — $40 after February 27

To register for this seminar, please click on

the link below:

http://charity-services.huterra.org/content/effectively-living-and-working-diverse-world

 

  *Please call for continued education credit information.

To download the flyer for this event, click here.

HABITAT HOMES CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

2014 Building Season

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 2014 building season is almost complete. We are still working with the Tupa family in Hibbing and the Wallace family in Mt. Iron. We will be starting the 2015 building season in late spring/ early summer. For the 2015 building season we will be building in one home in Ely, three homes in Virginia, and one home in Hibbing.  

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 the office at the Habitat office at 866-749-8910. 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: The United in Christ Lutheran Church working on the England-Thompson home in Virginia during the 2014 building season.