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    Building a case power point updated slide 4 Building a case power point updated slide 4 Presentation Transcript

    • Habitat For Humanity
      Why We Do What We Do
    • We must take action to erase sub-standard housing from our community; in doing so, we strengthen the community for us all.
      What We Believe
    • Every child should have a place to call a home.
      Every man, woman and child in our community should have a sound roof to shelter them from all kinds of storms.
      No one should be forced to pay half of their income to rent a shack home
      No child should be forced to sleep on a cold, hard floor in unhealthy and unsanitary conditions.
      We Believe That…
    • The Case for Support
      According to the City of Mankato Consolidated Plan 2010-2014…
      Households with an annual income below 30% of the median income experience the greatest difficulty securing affordable housing. Of more than 1,300 renter households with an annual income below 30% of the median, 76% had a cost burden in 2000. Overall, 59% of these very low income household were paying more than 50% of their income for rent.
    • 95 million people in the United States- one-third of the nation- have housing problems, including lack of affordability, overcrowding, unsafe conditions, and homelessness.
      When individuals and families pay too much for housing, it does not leave enough for other necessities like good nutrition, health care, transportation, education or saving for the future.
      When families have a stable, affordable home, they can:
      -Provide stability for their children
      -Gain improved health, physical safety, and security
      -Increase educational and job prospects
      -Be engaged in their communities
      Facts to Support Case Statement
    • Health:
      Inadequate housing impacts health, especially the health of children. After moving into Habitat homes, asthma and allergies are two conditions that dramatically improve in children.
      Economic prosperity
      A healthy housing market attracts businesses that depend on a range of housing options for their employees.
      Education:
      Stable, healthy housing is one of the most effective strategies for improving school performance in low income children.
      Transportation
      When people can find good housing that they can afford near work, it improves our transportation system by decreasing congestion and reducing commuting costs.
      Environment
      Habitat’s commitment to green building produces energy-efficient homes that are more affordable to maintain. Additionally, building housing near public transportation and thriving job centers results in diminished air pollution and congestion.
      Benefits of Decent Housing
    • Education:
      Stable, healthy housing is one of the most effective strategies for improving school performance in low income children.
      Transportation
      When people can find good housing that they can afford near work, it improves our transportation system by decreasing congestion and reducing commuting costs.
      Environment
      Habitat’s commitment to green building produces energy-efficient homes that are more affordable to maintain. Additionally, building housing near public transportation and thriving job centers results in diminished air pollution and congestion.
      Benefits of Decent Housing
    • Peers pressure is powerful
      80% of money raised typically comes from 20% or less of donors
      Spend 80% of fundraising time, staff and money on identifying, cultivating and soliciting the top 20% of donors
      PD Solutions Inc. Habitat Training Materials 2010
      Pertinent Points to Ponder
    • I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to Habitat for Humanity of South Central Minnesota, Minnesota Inc.
       
      You may make a specific bequest as follows:
      the sum of $___________________
      or 
      the property described as_________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 
      Provisions under the will can also be structured in such a way as to utilize and fund additional life income gifts or deferred arrangements
      Bequest Form
    • You may make a residual bequest of assets remaining after all other specific bequests have been satisfied:
      The rest, remainder and residue of my estate
      or
       
      ______________% (or fractional interest) of the rest, remainder, and residue of my estate
      You may make a contingent bequest to take effect only if those named as primary beneficiaries do not survive me, then I hereby give the share that otherwise would be (his/hers/theirs) to the charitable organization. 
      Bequest Form
    •  
      Designations: (If for a specific project, program, or use)
      It is my desire and instruction that is bequest to the charitable organization be used for the following purposes:
      _____________________________________________________________________________________
      Bequest Form
    • Every major gift prospect is a campaign in itself
      Research is critical
      Know your prospect
      Take time to educate and involve your prospect
      • The best prospect is one that has had good experience in making previous gifts
      PD Solutions Inc Habitat Training Materials 2010
      Research Prospects
    • 2008 Source of Revenue?
    • Contribution Destinations
    • Basic Giving Pyramid
    • Relationship Pyramid
    • In Kind donations
      Warehouse space
      Windows
      Landscaping
      Master Gardeners
      Boulevard trees
      Shrubs
      In Kinds HFH is in need of…