Last month, teams from Exact Sciences, Findorff, and Habitat for Humanity of Dane County took part in a Habitat Frame Up at Exact Sciences' Discovery Campus in Madison, Wisconsin. Over 65 volunteers worked on houses for two families in need.   

Habitat for Humanity of Dane County has served 570 families and built 309 homes in the area since 1987. By providing strength and stability to local families, the non-profit organization is uniquely positioned to help homeowners build equity quickly.

When the projects are complete, each family will have put in 375 hours of sweat equity towards building their own homes. Their journey to homeownership is truly inspiring and serves as a reminder of the importance of teamwork and community support.

Learn more about Habitat for Humanity’s efforts in Dane County:


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