Habitat for Humanity
Remodeling your home or thinking about doing it? Head out to the Midwest Home Show at the Convention Center Saturday and Sunday. This year, you can find some great deals at the new Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.
Take time out of your upcoming vacation to help others who area in need.
Give back to your community while having fun when you volunteer with these outdoor volunteer opportunities.
Seventeen-year-old Rudy Hummel hasn’t let one of the coldest winters in decades, drenching rain or clouds of mosquitoes prevent him from sleeping outside every night for a full year. Hummel was preparing Friday to spend one last night in his treehouse at his family’s home in Hermantown.
A northern Minnesota teen who is vowing to sleep outside for a year is planning to help two charities.
For those of us who face high winter heating and electric bills it seems impossible to live in a home that won’t have them. And that’s a very real possibility for the owners of the newest Habitat for Humanity home in north Minneapolis.
Minnesota lawmakers have been known to play political games in committee, but now a group of them will play an actual game.
A Habitat for Humanity trailer that was stolen in Western Wisconsin has now been recovered in Minnesota. The trailer full of tools was stolen last week in Grantsburg, Wis.
A real-life Grinch stole tools and a trailer from Habitat for Humanity.
Linda Anderson could barely stand the sight of her house in Brooklyn Center until a non-profit came in to help. Years of focusing on family left little to no time for repairs.
From serving the hungry to building homes, volunteers in Minnesota are getting active in the community on Monday to honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
It’s been more than four months since a tornado tore through North Minneapolis, damaging hundreds of homes.
Despite Monday’s heat, women rocked tool belts in St. Paul and built a home.
A former employee of the Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity was sentenced to 60 days in jail and a $200 fine for stealing thousands of dollars from the nonprofit organization.
Gov.-elect Mark Dayton has picked a new leader for the board that runs the Twin Cities transit system, coordinates affordable housing and plans for regional population growth.