Winneshiek County Habitat for Humanity (WCHFH) is based on the work of volunteers to help build affordable houses in partnership with qualified families. No house comes out of the ground without hard work and effort. Here are the hardy volunteers who are members of the board of WCHFH.

Front row L to r): Kathy McKinney, Carol Birkland, Bonnie Adams, Georgie Klevar, Sara Friedl-Putnam, Shirley Vermace, Janet Bullerman, Gus Johnson
Back row: Matt Larson, Tom Lally, Karl Magnuson, Ken Vande Berg, Reed Johnson, Bill Prince
Missing: Roger Downs, Bob Felde, Bob Krzyzanowski, Anna Norris, Arlan Paulson, Jeff Schaller, Rich Svenson, Joel Zook

More about the Board...

Construction work days are scheduled on Tuesdays and Saturdays at the building site. There are several ways to volunteer at the present time.

  • Come to the building site on Tuesdays or Saturdays.
  • Call Gus Johnson, Executive Director of WCHFH, at 563-382-1802 or by email Gus Johnson to find out details and get answers to questions.
  • Bring your own tools and equipment (hammers, screwdrivers, gloves, etc.) and/or use equipment provided by WCHFH.  Habitat personnel will supervise and direct the construction activity.
  • Join the Board of Directors by contacting Gus.

    Food and beverages
    are often needed for volunteers.  Contact Gus Johnson or at 563-382-1802 to inquire about opportunities.