2016 Annual Fall Fund Drive

$60000

Campaign Target

2

Donations
Donated 9%
$54325 to go

2016 Annual Fall Fund Drive

Warren County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH) has provided affordable home ownership opportunities for hard-working families for the past 20 years. Today, our mission is as critical as ever. Investing in families makes a difference. For the first time, the families have their own place. Their home matters.

You can help us provide affordable homeownership opportunities for years to come. Your donation will help more families share a safe place to call home. Contributions are needed to complete our mission. The majority of our funding comes from a combination of individuals, churches, businesses, civic organizations, foundations, and grants. This financial help is not only necessary for our next project, but demonstrates to grant-funders and major donors the breadth of dedication from the community.

It takes an average of $95,000 to build a Habitat House in Warren County. Current Habitat homeowners’ monthly mortgage payments also go into our “Fund for Humanity” which goes toward building more houses here in Warren County.

Our goal for the 2016-17 Annual Fund Drive is $60,000. Your support is needed to help WCHFH continue to meet its mission now and in the years ahead.

Thanks for your consideration!

Your Gift Could Buy:

$50 Purchase two boxes of nails
$100 Purchase interior door unit
$150 Drywall the kitchen
$500 Kitchen sink & countertop
$1000 Insulate a home
$5000 Put a roof over a family’s head

Also become an individual/family member of the Warren County Habitat for Humanity Builders Club.

As a member of the Builder’s Club, you pledge to contribute a minimum of $100.00 for each new or rehabilitated Habitat for Humanity home dedicated in Warren County.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PLEDGE FORM

Return this form with your check to:
Warren County Habitat for Humanity
P. O. Box 844
Indianola, IA 50125-0844

For additional information contact WCHFH Executive Director Agi Gavin at habman1@juno.com