Presentation by:
Jenny Smith
Tina Johnson
Cheryl Coleman
Our mission is to eliminate substandard housing
and improve neighborhoods by working in
partnership with economically disa...
 We are able to do this through volunteer
labor and tax-deductible donations of money
and materials, Habitat builds and
r...
Local HabitatSuppliers
Lending
Sources
Donors
Federal
Regulatoris
Community
Contractors
Volunteers
State
Regulatori
es
Hom...
Potiental H4H
families appiles
for home, follow
qualifing guide
lines if applicable
will pay $10.00
application
charge
Rev...
Family Size 30% Median 60% Median
One $13,850 $27,720
Two $15,800 $31,680
Three $17,800 $35,640
Four $19,750 $39,540
Five ...
 Applicants must partner with Habitat for
Humanity in their mission.
 All homeowners are required to do “sweat
equity” (...
 Donations are used as designated by the donor
Gifts received by Habitat for Humanity that are
designated to a specific b...
 Trained & supervised experience staff
 Each home build requires at least 2,500 volunteer hours
(including hours from fu...
Potential H4H
families applies
for home, follow
qualifying guide
lines if applicable
will pay $10.00
application charge
Re...
 Habitat is worldwide. There are more the
2100 active affiliates in 100 countries,
including all 50 States of the United ...
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  • Habitat houses are sold to partner families at no profit, financed with affordable, no-interest loans.
    The homeowner’s monthly mortgage payments are recycled into a revolving fund for humanity that is used to build more houses.
  • Jtc consultants powerpoint final

    1. 1. Presentation by: Jenny Smith Tina Johnson Cheryl Coleman
    2. 2. Our mission is to eliminate substandard housing and improve neighborhoods by working in partnership with economically disadvantaged families to achieve and maintain home ownership.
    3. 3.  We are able to do this through volunteer labor and tax-deductible donations of money and materials, Habitat builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner (partner) families.
    4. 4. Local HabitatSuppliers Lending Sources Donors Federal Regulatoris Community Contractors Volunteers State Regulatori es Home Receipient(s) Habitat Int’l Habitat for Humanity Relationship Map
    5. 5. Potiental H4H families appiles for home, follow qualifing guide lines if applicable will pay $10.00 application charge Reviews all appications before contacting the family Presents inforamtion to the Selection community Re reviews application Re reviews application Set up home visit with Director of Family Service Family receives approval from DFS Family receives notification of housing approval DFS Send request for first family approval Second approval application screening Approval sent to the Board of Directors Final approval from the Selections Committee Board sends letter of approval to DFS and Selections Committee Provides families with a 30 year no interest mortgage Apprpoval received Approval received notification sent to family Family is notified of final housing approval Continues to work with family to develop a plan on building their H4H home including hours and voulnteer services
    6. 6. Family Size 30% Median 60% Median One $13,850 $27,720 Two $15,800 $31,680 Three $17,800 $35,640 Four $19,750 $39,540 Five $21,350 $42,720 Six $22,950 $45,900 Seven $24,500 $52,200 http://www.habitatlansing.org/apply/index.php
    7. 7.  Applicants must partner with Habitat for Humanity in their mission.  All homeowners are required to do “sweat equity” (that’s work on their own home and other Habitat homes and projects).  A single-adult family must do 300 hours of Sweat Equity  A two-adult family must do 500 hours.
    8. 8.  Donations are used as designated by the donor Gifts received by Habitat for Humanity that are designated to a specific building project are forwarded to that project. Any undesignated gifts are used where most needed.
    9. 9.  Trained & supervised experience staff  Each home build requires at least 2,500 volunteer hours (including hours from future homeowners in sweat equity).  4 weekly crews of 10-15 members in addition to groups from churches, corporations, and civic groups.
    10. 10. Potential H4H families applies for home, follow qualifying guide lines if applicable will pay $10.00 application charge Reviews all appications before contacting the family Presents information to the Selection community Re reviews application Re reviews application Family receives notification of housing approval DFS Family receives approval from DFS Set up home visit with Director of Family Service Client Director of Family Service family must meet approval Send request for first family approval Second approval application screening Final applicatio n screening Family is Approve YES Approval sent to the Board of Directors Final approval from the Selections Committee Board sends letter of approval to DFS and Selections Committee Continues to work with family to develop a plan on building their H4H home including hours and voulnteer services Provides families with a 30 year no interest mortgage Apprpoval received Approval received notification sent to family Family is notified of final housing approval Habitat Mortgage Lender Board of Directors Selections Committee
    11. 11.  Habitat is worldwide. There are more the 2100 active affiliates in 100 countries, including all 50 States of the United States.

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