Paternoster home

One of over 115 families served!

Building history


Busby home

Dedicated in 2022

Learn about homeownership opportunities


Krulich home

Crew of regular Wednesday volunteers

Volunteer with Habitat

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter in
North St. Louis County, Minnesota, since 1995.

Habitat homes currently under construction

Volunteers from Peace United Methodist Church in Virginia helped paint Linze Crandall’s future home in West Eveleth.

We have finished all of the homes we started in 2022, and construction is underway on the four homes we started this year. Staff, volunteers, donors, and partner families are working with partner families to build in West Eveleth (three homes) and the Kitzville neighborhood of Hibbing. Get involved with these projects and check out the current projects link to meet our families. Interested in volunteering? Sign up to help out HERE.

Sign up for email updates to get the latest news and volunteer opportunities! To find out how you as an individual can help and volunteer, please call our office at 866-749-8910 or email us at You can also organize a group from your church, business, civic group or family and friends!


Building the Future with Habitat annual dinner

Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 29, for Building the Future with habitat, our annual dinner fundraiser!
At our 2023 dinner, our supporters helped us raise $31,000 to support our homebuilding program!

Everyone deserves a decent place to live

Every heart and hand can help

Every voice can make a difference

Habitat stats

Demand exceeds supply

In 2021, only 150 homes were built in Minnesota for four-person households making less than $31,000.

Income not keeping pace with home values

St. Louis County home values increased 43% from 2000–2019. Homeowner income during that period increased 8%.

Assisting cost-burdened families

Out of all St. Louis County renter households, 25% pay more than half of their income toward housing.

Over 115 families helped

Over 110 families in 15 Iron Range communities have partnered with NSLCHFH since 1995.

90¢ / dollar builds homes

In 2022, 90 cents of every dollar spent supported our home building program.


2,500 volunteer hours

Our volunteers contribute over 2,500 hours per home in 2022.

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