(Marion, IN – February 1, 2021) Habitat for Humanity of Grant County Inc. (HFHGC) is pleased to announce the location of our next build. “We are very excited to share that we will be building a new home in the South Marion/H.O.P.E. neighborhood near McCullough on 34th St.” – Mia Erickson, Board President. This project is anticipated to break ground in late Spring/early Summer.
Currently, HFHGC is seeking families in Grant County who are interested in applying for this project. For a family to qualify for the program they must meet three criteria: the ability to pay, a need for housing, and a willingness to partner. Families and community members interested in our program are invited to attend one of our informational sessions. During the session, we will share Habitat’s mission, how the selection process and program works, what it means to be a Habitat homeowner, and answer any questions you may have.
Due to COVID restrictions we are offering in-person as well as virtual sessions. To view the schedule and register for a session please visit www.granthabitat.com/infosession or call 765.662.1552 to reserve your spot.
*Please note- Applications will ONLY be available to those who were in attendance at an Information Session. For more information on Habitat and the guidelines for applying, please visit www.granthabitat.com.
Habitat for Humanity of Grant County is a nonprofit, ecumenical, Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in Grant County. Founded in 1993 as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, HFHGC strives to build simple, decent, and affordable homes in partnership with qualified Grant County residents with a dream of homeownership through a zero-interest mortgage financing program. HFHGC is an Equal Housing Lender.
UNDER THE FEDERAL FAIR HOUSING ACT, IT IS ILLEGAL, ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEX, DISABILITY, OR FAMILIAL STATUS (HAVING CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF18) TO:
Deny a loan for the purpose of purchasing, constructing, improving, repairing or maintaining a dwelling, or deny any loan secured by a dwelling; or
Discriminate in fixing the amount, interest rate, duration, application procedures or other terms or conditions of such a loan, or in appraising property