Our first home dedication of the season was held this past Thursday in Nicollet at the home of Chris and Heather Hoffmann. It was a heart-warming event for the family of six, their friends, their relatives, and the staff of Habitat. Blessings and prayers were shared as were four quilts that were made by two churches–Christ the King in Mankato and Madelia Presbyterian Church–which were given to each of the four children. The donor of the land also presented Chris and Heather with a yummy cookbook and her best wishes for the family. The family is extremely appreciative and thrilled to be moving into their own home! Join us in wishing them the very best.
Habitat for Humanity South Central Minnesota and Lowe’s invite women to build up their communities during National Women Build Week 2018! On May 9th, Habitat for Humanity South Central Minnesota will be building at
712 Elwood in Nicollet, Minn., and we invite women (and men!) to sign up by
calling (507) 388-2081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Habitat for Humanity invites you to our 9th annual Home Tweet Home Spring Fundraiser!
Free will offering at the door
This year’s event includes:
Wine and beer tasting
Hors d’oeuvres / dessert
Spring silent auction, consisting of spring/garden items
Music featuring the Jim McGuire Trio
Proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of South Central Minnesota’s mission of building simple, decent, and affordable homes with and for working, low-income families in need in the communities around Greater Mankato.
Habitat for Humanity of South Central Minnesota, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building safe, decent and affordable housing with and for families in need, accepts a $16,700 donation from Dale Schmitt, Owners of Mankato Motors. Habitat for Humanity was the recipient of $100 per new or used car sold from Mankato motors for the Month of May.
From far and wide Habitat for Humanity International’s RV Care-A-Vanners have come to Habitat sites in the Mankato area for 10 years, providing a helping hand to local families in need of a simple, affordable decent place to call home. In partnership with Habitat for Humanity of South Central MN, five Care-A-Vanners are in the Mankato area for two weeks helping construct multiple Habitat homes located in St. Peter, Eagle Lake and North Mankato.
The RV Care-A-Vanners program is coordinated through HFHI headquarters in Americus, Ga. Volunteers who travel in recreational vehicles are matched with local Habitat affiliates in need of volunteer support. Care-A-Vanners pay their own travel expenses to get to and from organized Habitat building projects. Several times per year Habitat for Humanity of South Central MN are blessed with Care-A-Vanners that take two weeks out of their busy lives to assist in building homes for Habitat. Care-A-Vanners begin their day with devotion and pick up a hammer and build for the day, reaching over 40 hours of building a week. We have five individuals from around the US including as far away as Scottsdale, Arizona to Williamsburg, VA to South Dakota.
We are truly grateful for the Care-A-Vanner volunteers that are here from August 13th – August 25th, 2017.
Drawing from a pool of more than 6,000 volunteers, this year teams of RV Care-A-Vanners are participating in greater than 175 building projects from Canada to Florida and California to Maine. For more information the RV Care-A-Vanners program visit www.habitat.org/rv.