The necessity of perpetuating the hope of Jesus Christ.
We want to take a moment to update and remind our community of the importance of coming together (even though coming together looks different currently as we practice social distancing.) The mission of Urban Homeworks is to perpetuate the hope of Jesus Christ through innovative community development. As we adapt and make changes to our everyday lives to keep ourselves and others safe, our mission is more relevant than ever.
It is a considerable understatement to say that without you, we would not have made it this far. The work of our mission: the work of hope, the work of community-building – the work of sustainable, affordable housing – requires the attention, support, and investment, of the many to succeed.
Urban Homeworks is hosting an open house!
1317 Thomas is getting closer to completion & before it hits the market we would like to take this opportunity to share first hand the work that we do.
This home has been built in partnership with the University of Minnesota NorthernSTAR Building America Team, who also partner with the U.S. Department of Energy. It has been built with studless walls with the aim of increased energy efficiency, airtightness, and construction quality as compared to typical wall construction methods.
View a time lapse of a similar project here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFP0dJh6J9w&feature=youtu.be
We are excited to announce the date for Perpetuate the Hope Symposium 2019.
The Perpetuate the Hope Symposium brings together the Urban Homeworks community of supporters, residents, and volunteers to connect, learn, and give to the advancement of dignified, affordable housing. Hear from leaders and activists across the state working towards affordable housing solutions and enjoy an inspiring lunch program to raise awareness and support of Urban Homeworks’ vital programs.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Asalesol Young at email@example.com
More details coming soon!