WHAT'S NEW AT WLS
December 01, 2023
Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity is most grateful for donations from Essentia Health ($5,000), Ordean Foundation ($16,000), Minnesota Power ($10,000), and Cleveland Cliffs Foundation ($8,500) this fall to support Habitat’s affordable home programs. Habitat builds affordable new homes and repair older homes to improve safety and accessibility.
June 19, 2023
WLS Habitat is partnering with volunteers from the First Christian Church of Baxter Springs Kansas to help repair Anne's House in Duluth. Thanks to all who made this possible.
June 4, 2023
Neighbors helping neighbors! Volunteers from Harbor City International School and American Family Insurance helped to paint. Having 16 people volunteer their time over 4 days incredibly helpful. Thanks to all.
May 8, 2023
Western Lake Superior Habitat has completed an Age in Place project in Silver Bay. We'd like to that our sponsors and volunteers for their invaluable help in completing this project.
May 6, 2023
WLS Habitat would like to thank Yarn Harbor for their sponsorship raffle that raised over $1000 for WLS Habitat.
April 23, 2023
We would like to recognize our corporate contributor The Minnesota Power Foundation for their generous contribution. What a great example of neighbors helping neighbors!
April 13, 2023
Western Lake Superior habitat for Humanity (WLS Habitat) is a non-profit organization serving St. Louis,
Lake and Carlton Counties in Minnesota. We build new homes, and adapt existing homes, building hope
WLS builds homes in partnership with community partners and partner families by offering safe,
affordable housing to families that might not otherwise be able to afford it. We help families acquire
zero interest financing and acquire loans. We work with the community and with volunteers to achieve
this goal. Applications are accepted from individuals at any time at email@example.com . Families put
in “sweat equity” as they build alongside community partners and collaborators. This summer our goal is
to provide a home to one family In Floodwood.
Additionally, we have a program titled, “Aging in Place”. In this program, we implement adaptations in
homes to help individuals stay in their homes. Examples of repairs are; to construct a ramp, repair stairs
or update bathrooms to make them accessible. WLS Habitat helps people stay longer in their homes,
where they live longer with a higher quality of life. We make safety and accessibility adaptations for
WLS habitat depends on donations and volunteers to do this work. Please help us make safe affordable
homes a reality with your donation of cash, volunteer hours or construction materials.
WLS Habitat is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International.