Many parents have recently found themselves with the new title of “homeschool teacher”. The title can be overwhelming and even a bit scary. As the weather begins to warm up there are many great activities that kids and families can do together.
These hands-on projects are a great way to introduce kids to many of the tools used on a Habitat build site. Check out some of the fun projects that can often be done with basic tools and materials you may already have around the house. http://habitat.ngo/HandsOn
Round up at the register at Wheatsfield the whole month of December
On August 24th, the ISU Habitat for Humanity Chapter volunteered at our Morningside house and laid sod. It was very hot and the work was hard but the club stepped up in a big way. Our volunteers and partnerships mean so much and we are so blessed by their hard work.
HFHCI would like to give a huge thank you to the Ames Tropical Smoothie Café. They hosted a fundraiser for our Morningside House Project that raised over $600.
Michelle L Fullerton, Assistant Vice President for US Bank in Nevada presented us with a $7,000 donation. Thank you to Sandi Risdal for her work writing the grant that secured this donation.
This donation will directly impact our building project on Morningside. Thank you US Bank for your generosity and commitment in aiding us in providing affordable housing to families in Central Iowa.