Veterans welcome to benefit from Door County Habitat for Humanity projects

By Tim Kowols


Whether it is receiving a home or volunteering to build it, Door County Habitat for Humanity is encouraging veterans to check out the programs. Larger Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country have started to focus on addressing affordable housing for veterans through specific build projects. It has also branched out to make necessary home repairs for veterans in need of extra assistance. Door County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director David Van Dyke says while they do not have the infrastructure to focus on specific groups of people, he encourages veterans to apply and see how the organization can help.



Door County Habitat for Humanity accepts partner family applications and volunteers year round.

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