Habitat pushes for volunteers

With Christmas as the goal for a move-in date, Door County Habitat for Humanity hopes it can put in a lot of quality time with a lot of volunteers for their next home build. The organization broke ground on its 43rd home build project with the Marvin family last week in Baileys Harbor. Dealing with a construction delay, a new location, and a volunteer base with an average age of around 70 years old, Executive Director Lori Allen says they are looking for more volunteers.

Allen says it is instituting several procedures to make sure people feel and stay safe while volunteering. You can contact Door County Habitat for Humanity to volunteer for the Tuesday and Thursday build days.


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