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Despite challenges, Marquette County Habitat for Humanity is working towards finishing yearly project

With fears of COVID-19, Executive Director, Deanna Johnson, says the biggest challenge this year has been finding volunteer groups and licensed contractors for building and repair purposes.
Published: Oct. 29, 2020 at 7:27 PM EDT
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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - Habitat for Humanity of Marquette County is working hard to finish this year’s projects.

With fears of COVID-19, Executive Director, Deanna Johnson, says the biggest challenge this year has been finding volunteer groups and licensed contractors for building and repair purposes.

Despite these challenges, Johnson says the groups volunteering will finish this year’s house.

Although Habitat for Humanity currently isn’t taking new volunteers for safety precautions, Johnson says the best way you can help is to donate to their restore.

“Our restore supports our mission. Every bit of profit that is made at the restore comes back to help us repair and build homes. So, donating products and household goods to the restore is a really great way to help right now. Financially is always a nice way to help when you can’t come and volunteer in person.”

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