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Thrivent Financial Faith Build

Our 2018 Thrivent Financial Faith Build Campaign is a great opportunity for the faith-based community to get involved in helping another deserving family achieve their dream of home ownership through a hand up instead of a hand out.

The goal of the Thrivent Financial Faith Build Campaign is to raise $50,000 from the faith based community. We are excited to announce that Thrivent Financial has generously offered us a $50,000 match for this build! That means if we are able to raise $50,000 they will donate an additional $50,000 so your donation will go twice as far!

Habitat and Thrivent Logo B and CYour donation of...
$25 becomes $50.
$50 becomes $100.
$200 becomes $400.
$500 becomes $1,000.
$1,000 becomes $2,000.

All toward making a family's dream of homeownership a reality!

We are also seeking to utilize volunteers from partnering churches to assist with building Zula’s new home. Central United Methodist Chuch and Thrivent Financial have both kicked off the campaign with an incredible $10,000 donation each! We are asking other churches to follow their lead to partner with us on this project.

With your help, we are confident that we can achieve our goal and look forward to your support! Click here to give a gift.

If you'd like to get involved as a volunteer for the Thrivent Financial Faith Build, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Meet the Homeowner

ZulaThis year, Zula will be our Thrivent Faith Build Recipient. Zula currently lives in a small rental home that has little insulation which makes it hard to heat in the winter and hard to cool in summer. Due to this, Zula is paying over $400 per month on average for utilities. The bathroom has mold and the home is constantly invaded by ants. The trees surrounding the house are in need of care and look dangerous to Zula. She has worked for two years to become financially qualified for the homeownership program. Her cost of rent and utilities adds up to roughly 60% of her income.

Meet Zula