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Tres Iglesias Habitat for Humanity

Tres Iglesias is an association of three neighborhood churches (St. Frances Cabrini, St. Cecilia's, and Prospect Park United Methodist) who have joined together every year since 1992 to work on a Habitat for Humanity project in the Twin City area.
  • The 2014 Summer Project is underway but there's still time to  sign up . The project runs until July 25 at 3026 Morgan Ave N, Minneapolis. Check the  Work Crew  and  Food Crew  schedules to see what openings are available.

  • Like us on Facebook! We have a Facebook page at where you will find all the latest photos and have a chance to add your comments about working on the project.

  • Tubing On Apple River Fundraiser Enjoy a fun day of tubing on the Apple River, WI any time from Thurs, Aug 21 through Labor Day. Tickets are $10 a person (discounted from $18) when you bring a Cabrini bulletin with you for identification. See our Donate page for more details.

  • Big vote of thanks to all our donors who have helped us exceed our goals this year. Special recognition to Jacki and Max Casanova and Pat Raleigh for their generous support.

  • 20th Anniversary T-Shirt   Share in the pride of more than 20 years of Tres Igelsias Habitat projects by sporting one of the spiffy Anniversary T-Shirts. Sizes M, L, XL, and XXL. Goodwill donation requested. Shirts are available at the build site.
Last updated: 07/20/2014

2014 Summer Project for Tres Iglesias

Project Location: 3026 Morgan Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Project Dates: July 14-25, 2014

The On-line signup is easy to use.  Sign up today!!

What to Expect On-Site

During the Day

Arrive on site on time and plan to stay for the day.  Let your group organizer know if you won't be able to come as scheduled.  Try to give plenty of notice so we can make other arrangements.

The work day begins at 8:30, with a morning break, lunch break, an afternoon break, and ends at 4:00.  It will save time if you register with Habitat as a member of Tres Iglesias, print the registration form, and bring it with you on your first day.



Most tools are available on site, but it can be helpful to bring your own. We suggest a tool belt with hammer, tape measure, utility knife and pencils. Remember to label your tools.
If you bring power tools, do not allow others to use them without the Site Supervisor's permission.

Personal Items

Wear work boots or sneakers that are slip resistant and fully enclose the foot.  Open-toe and open-heeled shoes are not allowed on site.
We work rain, shine, or snow.  Wear a hat and clothes that you won't mind tearing or staining. Dress in layers so that you can add or subtract depending on weather conditions.
Work gloves, goggles and hard hats are provided, but you may bring your own.

Medical / Emergencies

A first aid kit will be available on site as well as a telephone for emergency use. Should you need to be reached in case of emergency, the Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity Office can forward any information to the work site.  Please call 612-331-4090.

May 2014