2023 Home#49 Volunteers
Continuing services to meet the growing need ...
We are reaching out to you to ask for your increased help. Door County Habitat for Humanity touches many lives with our mission to provide affordable home ownership, from Washington Island to Sturgeon Bay.
As we look forward to the opportunities in Door County in 2024 and beyond, we can not continue with your help.
How can you help?
Please donate now!
Your monetary donations are ESSENTIAL to keep DC Habitat going and to meet greater needs of OUR community. Here are a few ways in which you can support us:
- A monetary gift, by cash, credit card, or check made out to Door County Habitat for Humanity. Donate!
- $12,000 purchases a reusable, temporary ramp for a senior with mobility issues.
- $10,000 funds a Habitat Home Repair, which can mean the difference between a condemned house and winterized shelter for a family in need.
- $1,000 helps build a safe place children can call home.
- Help us build new home #50 with:
- A qualified charitable donation from a traditional IRA helps us operate a ReStore which furnishes many homes.
- A planned gift or bequest to Door County Habitat for Humanity
- A gift of land
- A gift of stock
When you donate you support over 80 residents of Door County including children, disabled persons, veterans, and seniors, all who need assistance to sustain a quality life.
Thank you for your support.
Lori Allen, DC Habitat Executive Director
Thank you for your financial support!
2023 Year in Review
Here are just a few of our 2023 accomplishments:
Home Build and Home Repair: We completed one home build (Sturgeon Bay) and our home repair projects, impacting over 25 families in Door County. Home Repairs enable people to remain in their homes safely longer. We completed 22 home repair projects this year and expanded our new ramp rental program to 3 temporary and reusable ramps.
Our ReStore sales continued to be a critical source of revenue to fund our home build and home repair projects.
We completed Deconstruction projects, which include salvaging and repurposing cabinets, appliances, and other home items suitable for resale in our ReStore.
Community Partnerships: We established a new partnership with Door County Housing Partnership, a non-profit organization also dedicated to providing affordable home ownership to the community. We closed on one Housing Partnership home and are repairing to close on our second DCHP home. This will enable us to provide more long-term housing options.
Door County Habitat for Humanity and the Door County Housing Partnership at Home #49.
Habitat builds homeowners! Future homeowners learn building skills while assisting on their homes, earning sweat equity hours.
Children who live in a safe, clean, & decent home are 58% more likely to graduate from a four-year college.
90 percent of surveyed Habitat homeowners said they could not have owned a home without help from Habitat. Our families purchase their homes with low cost mortgage from Habitat.
When doing deconstructs, volunteers remove usable items from homes or businesses slated for demolition or remodel. Deconstructions reduce landfill while providing materials to sell in the ReStore.
Home Repairs like this accessibility ramp enable people to remain in their homes safely longer. We completed home repair projects this year and are planning to expanded the opportunities to serve with our RampUp rental program.
Thank you to ALL who have supported Door County Habitat for Humanity in the past. Thank you to all who are considering donating for the first time!
You can make a difference to change the housing crisis in Door County. Please ask yourself – where does peace, strength, and stability begin? The answer - At Home. Statistics prove that when families are able to have a stable, decent, and affordable home, the entire community benefits.
Your donation can fulfill future homeowner’s dreams in our very own community.