Habitat excited for future projects

Springtime helps grow excitement for the upcoming year of home build and repair projects for Door County Habitat for Humanity. The pandemic delayed their work last year as organizations balanced their mission with safety protocols. The home build project got officially underway in June in Baileys Harbor, which is a couple of months later than usual. Its home repair projects are being considered on a case-by-case basis due to weather and safety concerns. Megan Dietz from Door County Habitat for Humanity says it may still be a while before they are back to full capacity doing indoor repair work.

Dietz is excited for the upcoming announcement of this year’s partner family which would receive the organization’s 44th home. Door County Habitat for Humanity is also recruiting volunteers to help out on the home build project, which will take place in Sturgeon Bay.

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