Please contact¬†Angie at the office (320-634-0355) or firstname.lastname@example.org¬†for more information. You may also print/complete the “pre-application” form and drop it in the mail to PO Box 122, Glenwood, MN¬† 56334.
Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical housing ministry that seeks to eliminate homelessness and substandard housing by making decent affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action for all people. We build our homes with volunteer labor and donations of material, supplies, land, and services. Habitat sells each home, with a no-interest mortgage, to a low-income family who is without adequate shelter. The family becomes an active Habitat partner contributing many hours of “sweat equity” during the construction of their home. Habitat for Humanity of Prairie Lakes (HfHPL) was affiliated in May, 2004 and is a partner with Habitat for Humanity International (HfHI). In June, 2006 the geographic boundaries were expanded to include Stevens County.
We welcome your participation. The links at the end of our walk to the left will lead you to all the information you need about our history and mission, how to volunteer or contribute or apply for a house, covenant churches and building on faith, and news about our current builds and fundraising events.
To donate online by credit card:
An on-line credit card donation may be made by clicking on the following link to a donor site established by Habitat for Humanity International. Credit card donations made using this donation processing page will be transferred in full to Habitat for Humanity of Prairie Lakes. Thank you!
HfHPL is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.(HfHI) which was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller. Each affiliate is a separate 501c3 non-profit organization that relies upon the resources of its own community to build homes in partnership with families in need. All U.S. affiliates tithe to support home building in other countries. The volunteers of 2,310 affiliates in 103 countries are projected to have built 200,000 decent, affordable homes by the end of 2005.
PO Box 122, Glenwood, MN 56334