Habitat keeps building as it copes with COVID challenges
Home has become an important place since COVID-19 hit, as a place to learn, earn and relax. At Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, they are setting up to give 13 keys out to new homeowners this year, providing them a place of solace, even as the non-profit is facing challenges of its own. “We are continuing to build with a lean staff, limited volunteers, and stringent safety protocols because affordable housing is more critical than ever before during these tough times,” said Valerie Renk, Habitat for Humanity of Dane County CEO. Read the full story in The Star.