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November 14, 2015

Marshfield Area Habitat for Humanity proudly dedicated a new home at 1205 S. Maple Street in Marshfield today at 2:30 pm. This 2015 Marshfield Area Habitat build (our 17th new home), which began in July of this year, is now completed. We wish to thank all the local businesses (we were pleased that a number of new businesses participated), who provided donated or discounted labor/material, national companies and numerous volunteers who provided time, talents and various resources to help build this home. Without all of the support we received, we would not be able to build a home for a Partner Family at a reasonable cost they can afford.
Local Businesses - Aaron Lang-Dream Designs, A-1 Flooring, Advanced Disposal, After All Porta Potty, American Asphalt, Automated Products, Brandl I. Inc., Braun Appraisal, CAVU Landscaping, Central State Supply, City of Marshfield, Creative Paint, David Lumber, Dunkin Donuts, Extreme Drywall, House of Heating, Marawood Construction, McMillian Electric, Miller Seam Less Gutters, Nikolay Transport, Northwoods Curb Cutting, PHamus Concrete, Prince Corp., Reigels Plumbing, Schalows Nursery, Slice of Heaven , Top Form Counter Tops, Trieweiler Concrete, Trim Pak, Trudeau Construction, Viking Electric, Wisconsin Homes
National Companies - Hunter Douglas Blinds, Kohler Plumbing, Lennox Furnaces, Whirlpool Corp.
Carpenters - Mike Behling, Norlyn Freese
Special Volunteers - Ed Korlesky, Steve MacSwain, Jim and Theresa Miller, Ed Plotka, John Schmelzer, Habitat Board of Directors
We apologize if we inadvertently missed anyone. Don Zais, Construction Chair

October 21, 2015

Marshfield Area Habitat for Humanity is currently accepting applications for a 2016 build from low income families in the Marshfield and Spencer areas whose current housing is in substandard condition. Qualified applicants must have an income to support monthly mortgage payments of approximately $550 and must be unable to obtain a conventional mortgage loan. The applicants must be willing to contribute 250 hours of agreed work activities ("sweat equity") per adult family member and to participate in Habitat homeowner education sessions.

MAHFH invites people from all walks of life to work together in partnership to build homes with families in need. MAHFH does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, handicapping condition, religion, national origin, marital status, family status, or sources of income. Families interested in applying or learning more about this program need only contact us!

June 17, 2014

Marshfield Area Habitat for Humanity is now a participating organization in Thrivent Choice, a charitable grant program that allows eligible members to recommend where Thrivent Financial distributes part of its grant funds each year. MAHFH is listed in their online catalog. Members may direct Choice Dollars to MAHFH where the money will be used to help further our mission. Simply go to Thrivent.com/Choice or call 1-800-847-4836 to sign up, direct your Choice Dollars to MAHFH, or learn more about the program. Thank you for your support!


Marshfield Area Habitat for Humanity is also a participating organization in AmazonSmile, a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop Amazon.com and participate in AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. Simply go to Smile.Amazon.com to sign up, designate MAHFH as your charitable organization, or learn more about the program.

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