Iowa Select generously donated over 100 5 lb. pork loin roasts to Habitat for Humanity of Central Iowa for their families, volunteers, and staff. This was a very generous gift right before the holidays and appreciated by all.
Merry Christmas and Thank You!!!
Recently Vision Bank generously donated $1,000 to the Habitat build on 10th Street. We greatly appreciate your support of our mission and vision.
Pictured are Dan Nutini- HFHCI office manager, Courtney Childers- Ames Main St. Branch Manager, Sandi Risdal-HFHCI Executive Director, and Tim Tryon- Ames Market President.
Thank you to the ISU Beta Sigma Psi fraternity!! They held a brunch to raise funds for HFHCI and the build on 10th Street. The brunch raised over $2,000 for Habitat of Central Iowa. It will be used on the build on 10th Street. Luke Schmid (Beta Sigma Psi) is shown presenting the check to Sandi Risdal, Executive Director.
In November, Wheatsfield Coop did a fundraiser for Habitat of Central Iowa. It was Change for the Community. During the entire month of November customers were asked if they would like to “round up” to the nearest dollar for Habitat. On December 6th we were presented with a fantastic gift of $3,738.11. The largest amount they have ever collected for Change for the Community. This very generous gift will be used on our build on 10th Street. Thank you so very much to Wheatsfield and the community.
Habitat of Central Iowa recently partnered with the Iowa State Habitat Student Chapter for the annual Rake ‘n Run.
Pictured are David Warner-Neumann Project Engineer, James McNaughton-Neumann Project Engineer, and Sandi Risdal-Executive Director HFHCI.
Thank you for the recent donation of $5,000 to support our mission and vision. Pictured are Kevin Geis-Regional Market President, Dan Thomsen-Store Manager, Sandi Risdal-Executive Director HFHCI, Scott Steffen-Vice President Loan Officer Availa Bank, Marsha Taylor-Office Coordinator HFHCI, Derek Phillips-Availa Office Manager.
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.