In response to COVID-19, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls will be closing its ReStore to the public (including ReStore donations and pick-ups) and construction sites until further notice.
Three public meetings will be held in March at the Sioux Falls Downtown Library. Applicants are encouraged to attend.
Habitat has no active volunteer events scheduled through at least Monday, March 30.
Habitat for Humanity and the City of Sioux Falls are partnering on a new affordable housing development in northeast Sioux Falls.
Two openings in Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls’s next construction season will be reserved for a qualifying teacher and a qualifying veteran.
When KDLT-TV and KSFY-TV merged to form Dakota News Now, they no longer needed their former office and studio equipment. They chose to donate these items to the ReStore through our deconstruction program.
Due to the winter weather, the Sioux Falls Habitat ReStore and offices will close at noon on Friday, Jan. 17, and remain closed on Saturday, Jan. 18.
Affordable housing issues affect everyone, but they are more likely to affect women and their children. That’s why Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls hosts a Women Build Day every year. The event brings women together to build, learn and empower each other as they work together.
Ah, the joy of a new computer. But what do you do with your old one? If it’s not broken, you could donate it to help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls.
Your generous support over the past 30 years has made Habitat Sioux Falls what it is today. Starting in 1989 with a small group of people… leading to 160 homes, 178 Neighborhood Revitalization projects, a successful ReStore, and thousands of volunteers empowered by Habitat’s mission. Thank you for volunteering, donating, shopping, praying, and advocating for […]