Thank you Bethal Baptist for all of your amazing help! You have gone above and beyond with your support and helping hands. You continue to help us achive our mission of providing safe, decent, and affordable homes with and for families in need.
Thank you to all of our volunteers who volunteer their time and talents. We and the Habitat families greatly appreciate all the work you do. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
The July 2014 Care-A-Vanners supporting Habitat and enjoying a baseball game at the Mankato MoonDogs on Saturday July 26th, 2014. Thank you to everyone who attended the game and supported Habitat. Your support of Habitat benefits area families in need and our local communities. We appreciate your support.
Summer 2014 Care-A-Vanner Groups. Thank you to the Care-A-Vanners for taking two weeks out of their schedules to provide safe, simple, decent, and affordale housing in our community.
Two of the Habitat homes being built during the summer of 2014. Thanks to the Care-A-Vanners and regular volunteers for taking time out of their schedules to provide families in need with a place to call home.
The 12th Annual Golf Tournament was held on Friday July 18th, 2014. All of the proceeds from this annual event support Habitat’s mission. Thank you to all the teams who attended and participated in this fun event.
Congressman Tim Walz and Habitat for Humanity South Central Minnesota Executive Director Julie Schmillen were among the many guests at the June 15, 2012 Orness Plaza Rededication. Rededicating the affordable housing for seniors green building was Vice President Walter Mondale
Tim Walz shared with Julie that he would love to work with his staff on a HfHSCMN build site again this year. Get your hammer out, Tim, we’re ready for you anytime!
Julie Schmillen, left, executive director of Habitat for Humanity South Central Minnesota, happily accepts a $35,000 Team Member Volunteer Program award made possible through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. Mike Atherly Business Banking Manager with Wells Fargo, right, presented the award. The award comes as a result of a partnership in which Wells Fargo employees work 600 hours on Habitat for Humanity building sites constructing houses. “We greatly appreciate the two-fold partnership of financial support and working with Wells Fargo employees at the building sites,” Julie said. The grant will be used to help build two houses on Priscilla Court.