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We have raised $30,715 of our $100,000 goal through our virtual dinner so far. Thank you for your generous donations.
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We are awaiting a clean copy of our Event recording. Once we have that we will be publishing the link here for you to enjoy viewing our Partner Families' stories.
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Thank you to our sponsors!
House of Hope- Darrell and Sue Zenk
Door to Tomorrow - Cygneture Title, Bremer Bank, Simonson Lumber, Lisa Foote and Bradford Roberts, Hunt Utilities Group, Happy Dancing Turtle, Karl and Helene Grimm
Window of Opportunity - Anderson Brothers Construction, B Johnson and Associates, Dave and Kathy Schleichert, Miller Welle Heiser & Co, Ltd, Kevin and Kathy Wernberg, Brainerd Lakes Sunrise Rotary Club
Pillar of Strength - Kurilla Real Estate - John Nolan and Marjorie Nolan, Widseth, Central Choice Financial, Lykins Pinehurst Resort, Frandsen Bank and Trust, Jim and Kathy Strampe, Bob and Karen Ogdahl, Brian and Becky Twamley, Chuck and Sandy Burton, Shipman Auto Parts, Terry and Kristine Havir, Tim and Ann Bergin, Bill and Carol Campbell
The ReStore is open for business.
Here are some important guidelines:
All purchases must be picked up at the time of sale.
We strongly recommend you wear a mask.
New Hours of Operation:
Wednesday-Friday: 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
For inquiries, please call 218.828.8517
Lakes Area Habitat For Humanity
In the past 29 years, we have completed 115 homes in Cass, Crow Wing, Hubbard and Wadena Counties and the City of Staples. Active in 70 countries, Habitat for Humanity International has built over 800,000 homes, providing more than 22 million people in 3,000 communities with safe, decent and affordable shelter.
Begun in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller, Habitat for Humanity’s vision was to eliminate poverty housing from the face of the earth.
In FY2018, 1.4 million volunteers helped build, advocate and raise awareness about the global need for shelter. 1,047 families in the US partnered with Habitat’s Veteran Build to construct new homes or to improve or repair their existing homes. The total ReStore square footage grew to 12.2 million. That’s 280 acres of retail operations supporting Habitat locally in 899 locations.
To read more about Habitat for Humanity International go to Habitat.org
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