Door County Habitat for Humanity (DCHH) has approved Kari and Paul Bright and their children, Will, Tatiana and Zoey, as the partner family for its 42nd home build.
DCHH partner families go through a rigorous approval process, and each adult in the family is responsible for 200 hours of sweat equity. This can include helping with their home or someone else’s home, or volunteering in the ReStore or DCHH office. Kari and Paul will be responsible for 400 hours of volunteering between them, including hours completed by their friends and family members.DCHH is accepting applications for future partner families after the Brights. Applicants should call 920.743.2869 or visit the DCHH office at 410 N. 14th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay.