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Among the thousands of fans flowing into Memorial Stadium for Indiana University’s Oct. 13 football game, the word “Homecoming” will have special meaning for three Bloomington residents. While homecoming often is associated with a tradition of welcoming back alumni and friends, for Bloomington resident Stefanie Rose and her two children will remember that day as […]

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This year, for the first and likely only time ever, the Habitat for Humanity Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project is heading to Indiana!  As an affiliate we are thrilled to be able to support this unprecedented opportunity both through tithe and volunteering that will inevitably continue the Carters’ legacy of helping to build and […]

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Please join us at 7:00 on Saturday, September 15 for a very special concert to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County. Admission is free but donations will be collected to support an upcoming CommUNITY Interfaith Build. For four decades, Ken Medema has inspired people through storytelling and music. Though blind from birth, Ken sees […]

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This past weekend the Bloomington Eagles Aerie (1085) presented Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County with a check for $11,318—the culmination of an entire year of their hard work and fundraising efforts for their annual President’s Project. According to Eagles auxiliary president Buffy McPike, “Habitat for Humanity was important to us because as an Eagle […]

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After collecting surveys and requesting feedback from our donor constituency and loyal customers, our Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County ReStore team has implemented some changes to the ReStore’s hours. Deemed Summer Hours in this initial phase, the team will be evaluating everything  to make sure this is a good fit for the store as well […]

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This year’s Home Builders Blitz was a resounding success in large part to the support and tireless work of our signature builders, subcontractors and suppliers! Over only ten days this amazing community came together to build four homes and help four families plant roots here in Monroe County and take the first step out of poverty. […]

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Wendi L. Goodlett, Director of Development for Major Gifts in the Indiana University Kelley School of Business has been appointed interim CEO for Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County by the Board of Directors. “Wendi is an ideal person to lead the organization and advance our mission in the months ahead,” said Jason Urbanski, President […]

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