Drive In. Camp Out. Build On.

Join Habitat for Humanity of Dane County – in your car or out on the field – at the Madison Mallards Duck Pond on Tuesday, Oct. 12 for a complementary breakfast!
This year, as COVID continues to knock so many in the Dane County community down, let’s safely come together to provide a vital hand up to local families who are looking for a safe and affordable home during this turbulent time. You’ll hear directly from families who are partnering with Habitat and see firsthand how homeownership transforms lives, bringing strength and stability to families and communities.
All attendees will receive a free Habitat camp chair to safely distance outdoors on the field or you can watch from the comfort of your car and take your chair home.
In addition, you’ll get a sneak peek at Habitat’s biggest and most progressive project yet – Town Hall Crossing! This 62-acre community, nestled on Sun Prairie’s east side, will feature 48 Habitat homes as part of a brand new, 118-home mixed-income neighborhood. Construction starts this fall!
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 8 – 9 a.m. (Gates open at 7:30 a.m.)
Location: Madison Mallards Duck Pond, 2920 N Sherman Ave, Madison, WI 53704
Menu: Bagel with cream cheese, fruit, yogurt, coffee and water
Due to rising COIVD numbers, we’re moving from the Monona Terrace to the Madison Mallards Duck Pond. Lucky for us, our mission is all about moving our friends and neighbors to safe and stable spaces. Habitat is closely monitoring Dane County’s COVID guidelines to ensure all guests have a safe and comfortable experience! If you have any special requests, please email
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Drive In. Camp Out. Build On. will not be providing information about joining our homeownership program. If you are interested in becoming a Habitat homeowner, please contact us to get on the waiting list for the next homeownership information session.

Learn More and Connect With Habitat

Habitat for Humanity of Dane County works to provide safe, decent and affordable housing to low-income families in our community. If you would like to get in touch with our team or learn more about our different programs, follow the links below.