Work Continues on Habitat for Humanity’s 40th Home Build

The Clarizio-Bilodeau family continues to help build their new home, the 40th home build from Habitat for Humanity. A hardworking group of volunteers continues to make progress on the 40th home build for Door County Habitat for Humanity. The home is being built for and by Kendra Clarizio-Bilodeau and her children Matthew and Elizabeth. Since the groundbreaking on May 9, volunteers have built the footings and foundation, secured trusses, laid decking for the floor, and started building exterior walls. A majority of the work is done by volunteers, with paid contractors only being hired for work that requires specific licensure to complete. Kendra and her children have been actively involved in the build, learning how a home is constructed and how to use different tools.

Door County Habitat for Humanity is in its 24th year, and is excited to be building their 40th home. Part of Habitat for Humanity International, the Door County affiliate works to give families a hand up through the home builds and through the “A Brush with Kindness” home repair program. To date they have helped 151 people, including 101 children, into new homes throughout Door County.


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