The Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity group is letting members of the public know you don’t have to be a carpenter to help families get into needed housing. Seriously: No super-handy skills required.
Habitat will offer an open house 5:30-7 p.m. April 4 at its new headquarters at 1621 Broadway St. in Superior. People can come in and talk with staff about their skills, and Habitat will find a place for them.
“Stop in, visit with our representatives and find out how you can help,” states promotional material for the open house. “Habitat for Humanity has a place for you to put your beliefs into action.”
Habitat has branched off beyond building homes for the needy. It offers a variety of family support services, mortgaging and a place for socializing.
The Superior address includes the Habitat store, where building materials can be donated and purchased for further use.
For questions about Habitat and how to volunteer, call (218) 722-3875 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.