Each year we call on you to make another home build possible in Morrison County through your financial support.
We have built homes in Little Falls, Motley, Pierz, Randall, Royalton and Swanville. We completed a home for a family in Swanville during the COVID Pandemic which offered up many challenges and opportunities. We are doing another build in Little Falls, our 21st home, and we hope to be able to utilize more volunteers again.
Our new family Homeowner Partner in Little Falls is Katie Pekula. We broke ground for her build on October 12, 2021.
"My children are so exited, we have to drive by our lot everyday after school to see the progress. They thought the house would appear overnight so we are all learning about patience," says Habitat partner, Katie.
Like so many organizations we have missed seeing our generous donors in person at live face-to-face events during this COVID pandemic. Your support so necessary and so appreciated.
Whatever having a home means to you, please know that your donation makes home ownership a reality for a worthy family.
Qualified Habitat Homeowners pay an affordable mortgage, receive financial and credit education and help build their homes alongside volunteers. Cost- benefit analysis indicates that the over 2,200 Habitat Homeowners in Minnesota have reduced government assistance payments annually by $6 to $9 million. Your financial support helps families continue building with Habitat in your community and around the world.
Habitat for Humanity's vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
What is Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County?
Established in 1998, we are a non-profit (501c-3) ecumenical Christian housing ministry seeking to eliminate poverty housing, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. HFHMC is governed by a local Board of Directors. We are serving God, Building homes and Building Community. Habitat invites people from all walks of life to work together in partnership to build houses with families in need. Our mission is to build simple, affordable homes in partnership with low-income people in Morrison County.
We are County Wide: with homes in Little Falls, Motley, Pierz, Randall Royalton and Swanville. Location of the home is determined by where the partner family lives.
Habitat partner families make house payments on an interest free mortgage. They pay real estate taxes and insurance, just like other homeowners. We are proud to be serving our community and changing lives through home ownership.
Our website has much more information about our organization and how you can support HFHMC or call us at 320-616-2084.