Join the winter coloring contest by downloading the pages from the button bellow and following the directions on the back of the page. Winners will be announced at Homes for the Holidays on December 8th. 

GivingTuesday is coming up! Remember that November 29th is GivingTuesday this year, we would really appreciate your support on this day. To support us this GivingTuesday please donate by clicking the button below. 

What
We Do

A community working together as one for a better tomorrow.

We are an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, International, serving both Riley and Pottawatomie counties. We develop our own resources and funds to build affordable housing in our area. This happens through new construction, rehabilitation, neighborhood revitalization, home repair, and affordable housing advocacy. We are an HFH Aging in Place and a Veteran’s Affiliate and address/advocate for these issues as well. Our vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Building homes
changing lives

we are Manhattan Area
Habitat for Humanity.

Making A
Change

every nail drives a change

Our
Impact

Bringing families and friends together.

Habitat homeownership contributes to healthier families, greater success in school, more economic opportunity for families, and revitalized neighborhoods. For twenty-five years, Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity has worked alongside community partners to help families on their homeownership journey. We have built 30 homes in Riley and Pottawatomie counties and only continue to grow. A home is more than four walls and a roof. It’s a place to rest, a place to learn and a place that can shape your future.

We are driven by a simple vision; A world where everyone has a decent place to live.

– MAHFH

Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity

No city is so well off that it can afford to squander a part of the next generation.

– Millard Fuller

Founder, Habitat for Humanity

Our
Projects

our actions speaks louder than words

Our projects include new construction, rehabilitation, neighborhood revitalization, home repair, and affordable housing advocacy. We are an HFH Aging in Place and a Veteran’s Affiliate and address/advocate for these issues as well. Our vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Meet
our Homeowners

Our
Principles

What we live by
01.

Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.

02.

Focus on shelter.

03.

Advocate for affordable housing.

04.

Promote dignity and hope.

05.

Support sustainable and transformative development.

Our Events

We have your Valentine's Day plans in place! Join us at the Hilton Garden Inn for dinner and dancing. You'll enjoy dinner and drinks accompanied by the Thundering Cats Jazz Combo before we head to the dance floor for swing dance lessons from Tim Gregory, owner of Ballroom Dance School Manhattan. Then we'll dance the night away to the music of the Thundering Cats Big Band (think Count Basie Orchestra). All of this to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity–building homes, building community, and building hope! Buy tickets or become a sponsor here: https://mahfh.charityproud.org/EventRegistration/Index/10858 Take a moment to click "Going" on our Home is Where the Heart Is Facebook Event and give it a Share. Tammy Karin of TEKimages will capture this beautiful evening for us. Have a question? Email Ben at development@mahfh.org or call him at (785) 341-9863.

From
Instagram

follow the latest news & posts.

Save the date! Home is Where the Heart Is, our fundraising gala, will be on Valentine's Day (Tuesday, February 14th). That's right, we have your Valentine's Day plans in place. We'll eat, drink, and dance...all to help build a world where everyone has a decent place to live! Details forthcoming...

#homeiswheretheheartis #valentinesday #valentinesgala #fundraisinggala #bigband #thunderingcatsbigband #thunderingcats
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At Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity, we believe that everyone deserves a decent place to live!

We're committed to supporting families like Evelina's, our next home buyer, who serves as the full-time caregiver for her daughter, who is autistic and non-verbal. Evelina is excited to purchase this home because of its accessible design, which reduces the risk for her daughter who has developed an eye disease, and because of the space for craft projects, which are essential to her daughter's therapy.

Alongside our partners at Kansas State University, Manhattan Area Technical College, and Fort Riley's HBI (Home Builders Institute), we're working to change not only how people see workforce housing, but how we build workforce housing. Our current build, our 31st, is the next iteration of last year's award-winning home design. Our builds are energy efficient, designed with the family in mind, and purchased through our 0% interest mortgage.

In the past month and a half, we've poured the concrete and raised the walls for Build 31 both of which utilize innovative building practices. Now it's time for solar panels, which will significantly lower the energy bills for Evelina's family.

We've been chipping away at this expense through the month of December.

Our new goal is to raise the full $7,000 for these solar panels by the end of January.

Thank you for investing in Build 31 and supporting our vision for a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Help us raise these solar panels this month!

https://mahfh.charityproud.org/Donate/Index/20954

#solarpanels #solar #build31 #mahfhsolar #kansassolar #kansassolarenergy
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Happy New Year to all our social media followers!

We hope you can reflect back on 2022 and look forward to 2023 with gratitude and hope.

Let's work together to build a world where everyone has a place to call home!

#happynewyear #newyear #gratitude #hope
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