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MAHFH honored with Award from Staley School of Leadership Studies.

Habitat for Humanity named the 2016 Social Services Nonprofit “Brand of the Year” by The Harris Poll EquiTrend.


MAHFH Honored with Award from Staley School of Leadership Studies

What an Honor! The Staley School of Leadership Studies and HandsOn Kansas State recognized Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity on Sunday, April 24th, for community service in the Manhattan community and K-State campus. Thank you KSU!


Groundbreaking for Build 26 – April 9th

IMG_5034Thanks to Thrivent Financial, Heritage Builder’s and Flint Hills Area Builders Association (FABA) crew are working miracles today!! Ever tried keeping up with Ron Dechant???….Walls are up and  our new Habitat home in St. George, KS got off to a great (and fast) start!  Volunteers spent hours and hours installing decking, walls – and this week trusses – transforming an empty lot into the shell of a home. When the contractors took a break, MAHFH and Thrivent Builds had a quick but certainly heartfelt Groundbreaking Ceremony. MAHFH Executive Director Roxann Janes, MAHFH Board President Michael Ide, and and Thrivent Financial representative Blaine Cash had words of prayer and gratitude for this future happy Habitat home and all the volunteers that make this project possible in our area.



Chocolate & Tea Auction Items!

Chocolate and Tea is Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity’s signature annual fundraiser – and our 2016 event was better than ever! Please be sure to join us again (or for the first time) at next year’s event.

Many Thanks to Our 2016 Event Sponsors:

$750 Level
Alliance Realty
Thrivent Financial

$500 Level
Body First
Preston & Diana Chapel
Commerce Bank
Graber & Johnson Law Group, LLC
Hy-Vee, Manhattan
Pam Madaus & Will McLean
Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community
Professional Planning Services, Inc.
John & Mary Beth Reese in Memory of Harold Reese

$250 Level

AFLAC, Linda Jones
Carol Bredesen in Memory of Harris E. Bredesen
Jim & Leslie Campbell
In Memory of John Carlin
Charlson & Wilson Bonded Abstracters
Community First Bank
Copies 4 Less
RF Benchmark Construction
DC Hackerott – Edward R. Jones Money Management
Leonardville State Bank
JoAnn Krause Sutton in Memory of Joshua Jon Krause

$100 Level
Advanced Property Management
Bocker’s II
Copeland Insurance
Hayden Orthodontics
Irvine Real Estate
KS State Bank
Kristina Kennedy, O.D., LLC
David & Mary Jo Nelson
Nespor Wine & Spirits
Strecker-Nelson Art Gallery
Vanderbilt’s, Wamego
Vanguard Home Designs
Wamego Telecommunications, Inc.
Richard A. Woodard, DDS, PA

Special thanks to Arrow Coffee for invaluable support. A big round of applause for our Chocolate & Tea Committee for the tremendous job they did at this year’s event: Carol Bredesen, JoAnn Sutton, Cameron Ward, Carrie Rowe, Cindy Diederich, Diana Chapel, Gabe Hubbard, Jane Schillie, John Reese, Kathryn Montoy, Karen Schmidt, Linda Jones, Mary Copple, Rachel Motley, Roxann Janes and Melody Sexton. Thanks to the ReStore staff for providing the muscle for setup/takedown.

Last, but certainly not least, a heartfelt Thank You to all that donated items or services to this year’s Chocolate & Tea. We had a wonderful assortment of items, truly something for everyone, and it could not have happened without the generosity of good people like you.

See you next year!

Hand Quilted K-State Bowl Game quilt. Signed by Coach Bill Snyder.  It would certainly make the perfect gift for that K-State fan in your life.




New Addition:  Hand painted glass beverage service for six with wrought iron stand

Beverage set manhattan area habitat for humanity




New Addition:  Mid Century Abstract Floral Signed Oil Painting by Ferrante

Ferrante painting Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity

‘Up’ House at ReStore

If you have been to ReStore lately you may have seen our ‘Up’ House.  We will be raffling off the ‘Up’ House at Explore with ReStore on April 23 from 10-2.  Raffle tickets will go on sale late March.