Cora began her career at Habitat in 2014. The organization has continued to grow our mission to new heights with her business knowledge, personal drive, and talented staff on her team. Notable achievements in her seven years with Habitat include:
While she will be missed, we wish only the best for her as she enters her well-deserved retirement. The Board of Directors is forming a search committee for her replacement.
Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities, and hope. Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in Brown County through constructing, rehabilitating, and preserving homes. Since founding in 1987, they have built 124 homes in partnership with hardworking families in the community. Please visit www.greenbayhabitat.org for more information.
Habitat Happenings Spring Newsletter
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity ReStore is holding its annual Spring Tool Drive.
The organization is asking people to clean out their basements, garages and tool sheds and donate unneeded tools.
ReStore, located at 1967 Allouez in Green Bay, is looking for new or gently used tools that work.
The tools will be sold at the ReStore to benefit the home building program.
Each donor will get a coupon for $5 off a $25 purchase at ReStore. Donations may be tax deductible.
The ReStore encourages organizations and businesses to collect tools for donation. Call (920) 338-1650 for more information on donation drives.
The Spring Tool Drive ends on May 31.
Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity Celebrates Homeowner of 21 Years Final Mortgage Payment - WFRV Channel 5
VILLAGE OF BELLEVUE (WLUK) -- The spring season is a perfect opportunity to look around your home, garage and basement and find items to donate!
The Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity ReStore is hosting its annual Spring Tool Drive, beginning April 1st.
FOX 11's Maggie LaMere spends the morning at the ReStore with the director and merchandise manager taking a look at specific items people can donate.
The Tool Drive will run through May 31st.
You are able to donate Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Build. Sweat. Repeat… Virtually: Habitat for Humanity’s 2021 Virtual Women Build - WFRV Channel 5
GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- The Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity works to provide homeownership opportunities for people in the community.
FOX 11’s Maggie LaMere visits the Habitat for Humanity’s 9th street home location and lends a helping hand during International Women Build Week.
LaMere speaks with the homeowner of the Women Build 2021 campaign, Jena Smith.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Students at Green Bay’s Da Vinci School are raising money for the annual Pi Day 5K
The race is held March 14 -- a day to celebrate the 314 that starts the mathematical constant Pi. This year’s race is virtual.
The school has been holding the Pi Day 5K for six years. They’ve raised more than $100,000 for Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity.
“We always listen to their goals and go OK, we can do it. It’s truly awed and breathtaking when we see the end result. This year’s going to be different, but it’s still going to be breathtaking. From getting sponsors and designing t-shirt they truly do it all,” says teacher Allison Hockers.
The money raised from the 2021 Pi Day 5K goes to a home for a family in the school district.
DaVinci School students register runners in all 50 states for annual 2021 Pi Day 5K Run/Walk - WFRV Channel 5
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Get your tennis shoes on because the seventh annual Pi Day 5k Run/Walk will be taking place throughout the entire month of March.
The Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity announced on Thursday that the 5th-grade student race planners from DaVinci School for Gifted Learners are launching a virtual race for 2021.
Student planners aren’t letting the challenges of this past year get in their way, organizers note that students have already met their first milestone by registering 500 participants including individuals from all 50 states.
“This year is a reflection of overcoming obstacles and persevering through the challenge of COVID 19,” said Allison Hockers, Teacher and Race Coordinator at DaVinci School. “I’m proud of their courage to rally together, find runners in every state, and continue to push to make this event a success even though it’s virtual.”