Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response - Last update: May 1, 2020
Governor Tim Walz announced a Stay at Home Executive Order effective until May 18, 2020.
Our team continues to work remotely until further notice. During this time, the Habitat office, ReStore and ReStore Donation Center are closed. Our team are working virtually and are available via phone and email. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and re-open our office and our ReStore as soon as it is safe to do so.
To our amazing volunteers, we miss you and we will let you know when it is safe to welcome you all back. All volunteer shifts are canceled through the end of May, at the earliest.
For the safety of the community, Habitat for Humanity will not hold the Hard Hat Breakfast or Home is the Key events in 2020. We will miss seeing you!
Without these events and because our ReStore has been temporarily closed, we have a funding gap of $200,000.
Instead of an in-person event, this year we invite you to make a difference for Habitat families from the safety of your own home through a donation to the Hammers of Hope Fund. Your donation will be doubled through a matching donation challenge through the end of May!
At Habitat for Humanity, we seek to put God’s love into action not only in times of uncertainty but as our daily mission. We continually work to provide a safe and affordable place to live for Douglas County families. This will not change. Our work and our build site may look a little different, but we will continue to build so we can say “Welcome Home” to more Douglas County families.