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Welcome to the Kasson-Mantorville Habitat for Humanity website.

"Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope."
(Habitat for Humanity mission statement.)

Kasson-Mantorville Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with Rochester Area Habitat for Humanity (RAHH) and the Dodge County Thrivent for Lutherans chapter, completed and dedicated a second Habitat home in the KM community in December 2012.  
Many thanks to the entire community for tireless support and generous donations of time, services, and money that went into building these two homes. 

We're building a new Habitat home in Kasson in 2014!  


We recently broke ground on the home for Kourtney Zierath and her three children, including new born Aryana.  Kourtney and the kids are so excited that where they currently live they have a wall full of sticky notes - one for each day before projected completion and move-in.  Each day one sticky note is removed!

Many thanks to Thrivent Financial for a generous ‘Thrivent Builds’ grant and to the City of Kasson for the generous donation of a lot.  With these donations, the support of RAHH, and many eager volunteers, we’re ready to start building as soon as weather permits.  We invite the entire K-M and surrounding communities to join us as we partner with Kourtney and family to build this new home in Kasson.  Please check back for more details and updates. 

Habitat for Humanity works to eliminate poverty housing by providing responsible home ownership opportunities in partnership with working families. Partner families purchase homes from Habitat with a no-profit mortgage.  Please contact Habitat for Humanity at (507) 252-0849 or you are interested in donating your time, materials, or funds toward the construction of this home.

Location KM Build #3: 801 3rd St SE

KM Build House #1

The Wilson's home in Kasson was dedicated June 26'th, 2010.  


Click here to see the story and slide show for the Wilsons.

KM Build House #2

The Thompson's home in Mantorville was dedicated December 8'th, 2012.  

Click here to see the story and slide show for the Thompsons.