The Habitat for Humanity program in Door County has been around since 1993. In that time, the organization has built more than 30 homes & branched off into rehabilitation projects. But even after all of that time, & all of that success, there are still misconceptions being repeated about the program. Executive Director Rick Nelson says he’s heard people passing along the misconceptions since he returned to Door County in 2005 & they’re still being repeated today…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/N1393.mp3|titles=Rick Nelson]
Nelson says the monthly payments being made are invested in what Habitat calls the fund for humanity…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/N1394.mp3|titles=Rick Nelson]
Nelson says volunteers are needed for a variety of capacities, but especially to man the organization’s retail outlet, The Re-Store in Sturgeon Bay. To learn more about Door County Habitat for Humanity, click here.