Your tax-deductible contribution to Siouxland Habitat for Humanity makes a long-term investment in your community. Because of our international tithing program, ten cents out of each dollar goes to provide families in developing countries have safe housing – the rest stays right here in Siouxland! If your employer is participating in our Employer Matching Program your donation may be doubled!
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If you wish to mail in a tax-deductible donation, simply send a check payable to:
Siouxland Habitat for Humanity
1150 TriView Avenue
Sioux City, IA 51103
Materials are accepted at our facility 9 to 5, Monday through Saturday. If you have any questions about what we accept, please call us at (712) 224-6133.
Visit our Volunteer Hub to sign up to help!
An ecumenical board of directors determines policy and oversees and guides the mission of Siouxland Habitat for Humanity. Board members are dedicated volunteers who are deeply concerned about the problems of poverty housing in the community. The Siouxland Habitat office operates with an administrative staff made up of a core group of professional and support employees and supplemented by volunteers.
Habitat board members include:
Jim Wilcott (President)
Willie Delfs (Vice President)
Angie Schneiderman (Secretary)
Ryan Ericson (Treasurer)
Habitat senior staff include:
Katie Roberts (Executive Director)
Melissa Campbell (Development Director)
John Gunia (Construction Manager)
Libby Traversie (Grants/Accounting)
Cindy Thomas (Volunteer Coordinator)
Makeba Jones (ReStore Manager)
Riverview Banks: A community of 16-homes is in the process of being completed in Sioux City's Riverside area.
North Sioux City: Five acres of land will provide room for a number of Habitat homes along newly completed Campbell Street.
South Sioux City: Construction on our second home is complete!
Onawa: We dedicated our first Habitat home in Onawa in October 2011. A second home has begun, with construction to continue in the Spring.
Rehabilitation Houses: Several homes are being rehabilitated as part of the City of Sioux City's Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).