Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity

Strength, Stability & Self-reliance through shelter

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Established 1995

Welcome!

Bienvenido | እንኳን ደህና መጣህ። | Bienvenu | مرحابة | Willkommen | Taŋyáŋ yahí | Hoan nghênh

We’re glad you stopped by.

Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity has a lot going on and we’re excited to share it with you. From our annual Nail the Runway gala fundraising event to our locally owned ReStore selling discounted home improvement items. From building sustainable housing for anyone who meets the guidelines to our home-repair program.

Everyone deserves a decent, affordable home, no matter your age, background, creed, or color. We encourage you to explore the support we can offer—whether you might need it yourself or want to share it with others. Check out what we do and how you can get involved.

Come on in!

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Brookings ReStore

Habitat ReStores are owned and operated by local Habitat for Humanity affiliates. They accept donations and sell home improvement items to the public at a fraction of the retail price.

Proceeds are used to build strength, stability, self-reliance, and shelter in local communities and around the world — a good deal for you and your community.

Nail the runway

Nail The Runway

Nail the Runway is a construction-based fashion show with a twist!

  • All designs must be partially made of building materials (tile, wood, landscaping fabric, window screen, and other house building materials).
  • Non-visible portions of the design are not required to be construction-related materials and do not count toward the overall percentage.
  • All proceeds will directly benefit the home construction program at Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity.

Brookings Habitat News

Here is what we've been up to, enjoy.

Lowe’s Rewards Habitat ‘Heroes’

Lowe’s recently recognized Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity as part of their national Heroes program, with local employees nominating and voting in support. The program allows each store to recognize one local organization that aligns with core Lowe’s philanthropic areas of focus such as skilled trades education and safe, affordable housing.  Brookings Habitat meets such …

Lowe’s Rewards Habitat ‘Heroes’

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Construction Challenge

Families in our area need your help! We need to raise $500,000 by June 30, 2022 to unlock an additional $250,000. The Larson Family Foundation will redirect funds in recognition of the increased cost for construction WHEN WE RAISE $500,000! That means when we reach our goal, an additional $250,000 will be released, resulting in …

Construction Challenge

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