Habitat for Humanity seeks community feedback

Energized by 25 years of service in Winona and Fillmore counties, Habitat for Humanity is seeking input from the local community as it plans for the future.

If you are concerned about affordable housing and invested in the future of Habitat for Humanity, be sure to make your voice heard. Habitat is releasing an online survey, open Jan. 29 through Feb. 7, to gather widespread feedback and hear what people have to say. 

The goal of the survey is to collect information on affordable housing priorities, Habitat ReStore operations, and what the community wants Habitat to focus on in the future. Survey responses will help Habitat set long-term home construction and repair goals, and also build a plan for growth over the next five years. 

Habitat for Humanity currently offers two programs, new home construction and the A Brush With Kindness program that helps low-income homeowners with exterior home repair.     

People concerned about affordable housing or invested in the future work of Habitat for Humanity should take part in the survey, which is available at habitatwinona.org/survey

People with questions or who would like to talk with Habitat staff about the strategic planning process should call the office at (507) 457-0003.

Founded in 1994, Habitat for Humanity Winona-Fillmore Counties is a nonprofit organization that works toward a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Open to the public, the ReStore supports affiliate operations by selling new and gently used building materials.