Be sure to check out the pictures from our 20th Anniversary Open-House Event on our "Photo Page"
Volunteer Video Created by Kevin Lee of Glenbrook High School 2012
Volunteer Video Created by Students from Roger Williams University 2013
Volunteer Video Created by Eric Ledermann from UPC Tempe June 2013
Rev. Dr. Frank C. Williams
Frank Williams, one of our original Board members, passed away on September 23, 2014 at his cottage at Indian Lake in Manistique, MI. Frank was a dedicated supporter of our affiliate for many years. We appreciate everything he did to support our mission. You can read more about him by following the link below.
Edward Marion Havitz
Ed Havitz, the founding father of Habitat for Humanity HiawathaLand, passed away Thursday, September 4th, 2014. He was not only dedicated to HfHH, but also to helping many people throughout his life. We appreciate everything he did for Habitat and our community. You can read more about his life's work by following one of the links below.
Click on the link below to read the feature story and watch the video from TV-6
You can view the pictures from this event in our Photo Gallery.
To participate in the next Women Build Project (May 2015), call our office anytime to register at 341-7437.
Support Our Volunteers
Each year our affiliate hosts Volunteer Groups who travel from all over the U.S. to help the people in our community. In 2015 we have 9 groups reserved so far. These groups bring more than their time and talents to our community. They also support local businesses, improve neighborhoods, and give hope to those in need.
We need your help to replenish the proper supplies and tools needed for them to do the work. Habitat for Humanity HiawathaLand is teaming up with HuTerra, a charitable social network. By clicking on the button below, you will go to HuTerra's website where you will be able to make a donation to our fund. These donations will allow us to prepare for the construction projects for 2015. Please help us to support these volunteers who give so generously of their time and talents to those in need.