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Tania at her college graduation

Tania Chappell Reflects on Her Capitol Pathways Internship

Guest Blog by Tania Chappell, Twin Cities Habitat's Capitol Pathways Intern for 2024 Capitol Pathways provides access to policymaking and public service to the next generation of leaders who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). It is...

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Kathleen working on a roof.

Committed to the Work—Kathleen’s Volunteer Story

Kathleen’s 35-year career as a chemical engineer with 3M connected her to Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. But the vision of an equitable Twin...

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Creating Multigenerational Homeownership

Homeownership has long been considered a foundation for success, and for good reason.

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Kenisha sitting on the couch with her family

Home is Everything to Me: Kenisha's Story

“Life feels like you're constantly getting knocked down and to stand up for that one moment and get those keys—that was everything to me." – Kenisha,...

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Volunteers standing together outside of house

“It’s Not About Me,” A Long-time Volunteer Perspective & Tribute

Although Karin O’Connor stated “It’s not about me, it’s about the whole community coming together to make a difference,” this article is actually...

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Angela standing in her kitchen next to a vase of flowers

A Lifelong Dream Comes True: Angela's Story

Angela’s Journey with Habitat’s Advancing Black Homeownership Program “I feel like I’m finally living!” Angela Gladney exclaims, summing up all the...

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President Jimmy Carter using a drill in 2010.

Carter Work Project: A Trip Down Memory Lane

Excitement for the 2024 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project is ramping up among staff, sponsors, and volunteers. For many of us, Carter Work Project...

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Owen, back row center, and his regular crew.

Satisfaction You Can’t Buy—Owen’s Volunteer Story

Owen is pictured above, fourth from the right in the back row. When Owen, a commercial electrician by trade, retired in 2013, he knew he needed...

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Terra and Rose on site.

Women in Construction: Staff Stories

Women's History Month may have been in March, but women make a difference all year long at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. By sharing their...

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Three volunteers in nice black dresses showing the way to the gala.

Get All the Details You Need for the Gala!

Are you ready for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity's biggest party of the year? Our Hard Hat & Black Tie Gala is this Saturday, April 27, and we...

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