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|VETERANS BUILD! |
Jan 21st - no volunteers needed
Jan 22nd - 25th - frame the basement walls, build stairs, and continue to insulate the basement.
Thursday we had a couple great volunteers show up and got a lot of the basement framing done. Still more to do though!
Helping out a day or more is a great way to say thanks for your service!
Meet Josh and Breanna and family! Josh is a Veteran and their house is the next one we will be starting.
You can show gratitude for his service by helping us build their home and changing their lives.
|We have a salvage project coming up on Monday, January 21st in Pequot.
We won't have access until after 12noon, but would like at least a couple of people to do a walk-through and start salvaging.
Depending how much work there is to do, we'll go back on Tuesday as well.
There is heat and power on site.
We will also have a couple days worth of pickups next week - dates TBD
Our ReStore is bursting and we can't keep up with the demand. We need help within the store and doing salvages and pick-ups.
Pass the word around, ask your friends! We offer flexible hours.
We need volunteers to be sales associates for our ReStore, Wednesdays through Saturdays. No experience necessary!
It's fun to be out on the floor, helping customers find what they need for projects, and seeing the new inventory as it arrives!
|If you are able to help with any of the construction projects, contact Karen Skarolid:|
|If you are able to help with any pickups or salvages, contact Mary Johnson:
If you are able to help in the ReStore, contact Karen Skarolid:
Lakes Area Habitat For Humanity
In the past 26 years, we have completed 110 homes in Cass, Crow Wing and Hubbard Counties and the city of Staples. Active in 100 countries, Habitat for Humanity International has built over 500,000 homes, providing more than 2 million people in 3,000 communities with safe, decent and affordable shelter.
Begun in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller, Habitat for Humanity is the 3rd largest builder of homes in the world and the 5th largest builder of homes in the United States. The vision of Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate poverty housing form the face of the earth.