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The Kearney Area Habitat for Humanity Welcomes You!

*Special Announcement*

The 2018 building season has begun! Come and volunteer with us! Enjoy a free lunch on a Saturday build day! Please click here to learn more!

Here is the schedule for April and May 2018.

April 21: Food Shack workers provided by Sue, Beth and Rita, Serving/Devotions/Volunteers provided by Family of Christ Lutheran, and pictures by Lori.

April 28: Food Shack workers provided by St. Pat and Virginia, Serving/Devotions/Volunteers provided by Zion Lutheran, and pictures by Becky.

May 5: Food Shack workers provided by Bonnie and Carol, Serving/Devotions/Volunteers provided by First Lutheran, and pictures by Carolyn.

May 12: Food Shack workers provided by St. James Church, Serving/Devotions/Volunteers provided by Grace Fellowship, and pictures by Cindy.

May 19: Food Shack workers provided by Sue, Beth and Rita, Serving/Devotions/Volunteers provided by Dolby Town Kiwanis, and pictures by Becky.


In 1992, during the first build, Sue Morrissey created a scrapbook which included many of the building participants. We have put it in video form and would like to share it with you.
Please click here to see the video!

The 2017 summer newsletter is here! Please click here to view the newsletter,
and here to see the insert!

Introducing KAHFH's memories, honors and legacy page! Please click here to read newletters and explore!

Click here to see a video about what we do!

KAHfH would like to thank the Kearney Community for the support we have received over the past 25 years. With your support, 79 Kearney families and 122.4 more families around the world have benefited from your generosity. They have moved from substandard housing into homes of their own and as an aside, Kearney has realized over $6.4 Million in tax receipts.

Recently KAHfH was blessed with an anonymous gift of $175,000 and a $25,000 grant from the Cope Foundation, to assist with the infrastructure on the newly acquired 9.5 acres where an additional 26 homes will be built. We also received a $24,500 grant from the CLARCOR Foundation for a badly needed new tractor. All of these blessings will propel KAHfH in the next 20+ years.

THANK YOU, Kearney Community!

We are always in need of volunteer labor, committee time and donations in the form of aluminum cans, money, or materials and supplies.

You can find out more about how to donate on our "Donations" tab.

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