DON KEMP MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
A FUNDRAISER FOR Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity
Four-Person Best Shot
Thursday, August 4, 2016
12:30 p.m. shotgun start
Oneota Golf and Country Club, Decorah, Iowa
Your New Home in Hesper?
The Hesper (Iowa) Friends Meeting Church may have held its last service months ago, but the building will continue to serve at least one family in need in the years ahead. The church, built in 1904, will soon be converted into a single-family home by Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH).
“We have never built in Hesper so we are thrilled by this opportunity,” says Gus Johnson, executive director of WCHFH, which works in partnership with people in need to build or renovate affordable housing for them. WCHFH volunteer Shawn Saltou of Midwest Drafting and Design in Cresco, Iowa, will work with the organization to redesign the church space for use by the partner family.
With the property secured, WCHFH is now seeking a partner family for the project. Partner families must have employment, demonstrate that they currently have an inadequate housing situation, and, working alongside volunteers, be able to invest many hours of labor ¬or “sweat equity” ¬into building their homes and the homes of others.
WCHFH houses are sold to the low-income working partner families at no profit and with no interest charged. For further information on partner-family eligibility requirements, visit the WCHFH elegibility page or contact Gus Johnson at 563-382-1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at the process and the people who make dreams come true. The new video made by Cade Loven is now available on YouTube: From Dreams to Beams
Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH) is a locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. The goal for Habitat for Humanity is to work in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses are sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged.
Volunteers provide much of the labor and partner families themselves invest hundreds of hours of labor "sweat equity" into building their homes and the homes of others. Their mortgage payments go into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more houses, both in the US and Guatemala, the international partner nation for the Winneshiek Habitat affiliate.
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