The goal of the Home Heating and Appliance Initiative is to meet a significant unmet need that has been identified by both Habitat for Humanity’s Homeowner Repair Program and Marquette County’s emergency home repair program –emergency replacements of broken boilers, furnaces, hot water heaters, and basic home appliances owned by qualified homeowners.
This program was made possible by 2% funding from the KBIC and Sault Tribes. Native American applicants will have first priority for funding through the Home Heating and Appliance Initiative. Only Native American applicants will be accepted until February 1, 2020.
- Forgiveable grant
Types of Repairs
- Water Heaters
- Basic Appliances (washer, dryer, refridgerator, stove)
General eligibility requirements include:
- The property must be located in Marquette County
- Must be owner-occupied, single-family dwelling
- You must qualify at 80% of the area median income (see income limits below)
Pre-Qualification and Application
Homeowners interested in funding assistance from the Home Heating and Appliance Initiative must complete a Pre-Qualificaiton Form (PQF) as the first step in the application process. The PQF streamlines the qualifying process by allowing a quick evaluation for the major program requirements.
CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT TO PRE-QUALIFICATION FORM