Neighborhood Revitalization


What is Neighborhood Revitalization

Twin Cities Habitat builds and repairs homes in Minneapolis' and St. Paul's core urban neighborhoods. Through Neighborhood Revitalization, we partner to raise the overall quality of life for everyone in the community

Jordan Week of Kindness Celebration

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Our ReStore-staged Habitat Houses were being beautified all throughout the week and celebration.

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Attention Jordan residents

Humboldt Ave N. between 27th and 29th Ave N. has been selected for Jordan Week of Kindness 2020 and we are recruiting one more homeowner! The First eligible homeowner to apply by January 17 will be considered for free volunteer-friendly home repairs.

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About Neighborhood 
Revitalization

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity provides affordable homeownership opportunities in the seven-county metro and develops deep partnerships with key focus areas in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Strong collaborations with residents, community groups, donors, and volunteers deliver positive outcomes in these key areas.

Read our three-year follow-up reports to get a better understanding of where we have been invested and the impact of our work.

 

About Neighborhood Revitalization

Through our Neighborhood Revitalization program, we strive to place people and community first! We partner with local organizations to provide greater access to all of Habitat’s program and services, and pay attention to how we can improve our services based on the community’s feedback.

We have partnered with residents and local organizations to carry out block beautification projects. These projects bring many residents and volunteers together to beautify and celebrate a neighborhood one block at a time, through home and garage repairs, landscaping, planting, clean-ups, and much more.

About Jordan Week of Kindness

Since 2016, through the Jordan Week of Kindness block project, Jordan neighbors who have been living on the same block for many years, not only get to know each other for the first time, but join hands in beautifying their block.

See photos from the 2019 event >

 

 

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