Elkhorn Hills UMC is again participating in the Habitat for Humanity build in Waterloo, Nebraska.
Jim Jirgenson is our representative coordinator and is happy to answer any questions you have.
This year’s home site is located in Waterloo at 23403 Denton Street. The start date for the home is Saturday, July 11th. All scheduled work days are Friday afternoons and Saturdays. Follow the progress on Facebook: Elkhorn Coalition – Habitat for Humanity
How Can I Help?
To help with construction or provide break/lunch items, go to the following links:
Meal Providers: www.signupgenius.com/go20f0e4caea622a64-elkhorn3
Questions: Contact Jim Jirgenson at email@example.com
About Habitat Omaha
Habitat for Humanity’s mission statement is: “Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.”
In 2015 Habitat for Humanity of Omaha will complete up to 45 homes. Homes are built with donor contributions, volunteer labor and donated materials. Families who partner with Habitat Omaha are required to complete up to 350 hours of Sweat Equity by helping on the build site and by attending homeownership workshops. Their monthly mortgage payments are then used to build more homes.
- Habitat Omaha builds new houses and renovates existing homes.
- These houses are modest and affordable.
- Most Habitat Omaha houses are located in neighborhoods east of 72nd Street.
- Our Washington County committee builds a house in Blair, Nebraska.
Click here to learn more about Habitat for Humanity.