Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County

A nonprofit organization

$7,193 raised by 48 donors

72% complete

$10,000 Goal

How does it work?

We partner with qualified families and local contractors to build homes with the help of volunteer labor and private donations. Habitat is not a giveaway program. We believe in giving families a HAND UP, not a HAND OUT. Partner families make a down payment, and monthly mortgage payments. They also invest at least 300 hours of their own labor or “sweat equity” into building their home. Their mortgage payments help build more Habitat homes, paying it forward to the next family. 


Why do we need Habitat?

As long as there are people in our county who need a simple, decent, affordable home, our need is great, and our work is urgent. Many families are living in substandard conditions. Currently, 41% of Morrison County residents are paying over 30% of their income towards housing. HFHMC was established in 1998 in response to this need for affordable housing in Morrison County. As of 2022, we have built 22 homes across the county in Little Falls, Royalton, Pierz, Motley, Swanville, and Randall. 

 Angela Hurrle and her family of three children have been selected to partner for House #22, and began construction this summer (2022). Angela has worked at St. Otto’s Care Center for the last eleven years. Her three children, Teddy (TJ), Kitana, and Sean, are excited to help build their home and look forward to moving in around Christmas time. Angela’s mom, Carol, has agreed to be her Habitat Advocate to assist her in home decisions. They are currently in the middle of completing their 300 hours of sweat equity and have completed financial and home ownership classes. Habitat for Humanity stresses the educational component to set up families for successful home ownership while allowing them to participate in all stages of the building process under the direction of our construction manager.

Whatever having a home means to you, please know that your donation makes home ownership a reality for a worthy family.

You can help make a difference and impact lives in Morrison County. A decent and affordable home provides the strength, stability and foundation for independence that every family needs and deserves.

We are working together to build a world where everyone has a decent place to live. 

Visit our website for more information: www.hfhmorrisoncounty.org



Organization Data


Organization name

Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County

Tax id (EIN)



Children & Family Community


PO Box 321 2100 Riverview Drive
Little Falls, MN 56345


320 616 2084

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