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Embodying the Spirit of Habitat for Humanity

Embodying the Spirit of Habitat for Humanity

If ever there was a person who embodied the spirit of Habitat for Humanity, it’s Ian Nansen. A Bay Area native (but who spent significant time in the small town of Mineral, near Lassen National Volcanic Park), Ian earned his BA and MA in Political Science from San...

Street of Dreams Goes Virtual

Street of Dreams Goes Virtual

The 2020 Street of Dreams, Nevada County Habitat for Humanity’s signature event, is happening on September 18, but it will look a lot different. “Because of the uncertainty about gatherings in the near future we’ve made a commitment to going online,” says Nevada...

Construction Resumes, Restoring Enthusiasm and Hope

Construction Resumes, Restoring Enthusiasm and Hope

After a 65-day shutdown due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, construction at Nevada County Habitat for Humanity’s Park Place build-site resumed on June 2nd. “We rely heavily on construction volunteers to build our homes,” says Lorraine Larson, Nevada County Habitat’s...

ReStore ReOpens

ReStore ReOpens

With a line of 25 people waiting for the doors to open on the morning of Wednesday, May 6th, ReStore was back in business. Shuttered to the public for over a month due to concern for the well-being of customers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nevada County...

A Habitat Kid Comes Home

A Habitat Kid Comes Home

Like every parent, Nevada County Habitat homeowners want their children to succeed and enjoy a better life than they have. Owning a home is one of the most significant ways in which Habitat families can ensure they “launch” their kid’s success. A common feeling among...

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