Long-Time Volunteer, Keith Kolodsick, Celebrates 20 Years with Habitat Detroit

Long-Time Volunteer, Keith Kolodsick, Celebrates 20 Years with Habitat Detroit

Long-Time Volunteer, Keith Kolodsick, Celebrates 20 Years with Habitat Detroit 1200 800 habitatdetroit

This month we’re recognizing long-time Habitat Detroit volunteer, Keith Kolodsick! Along with his two sons, he started volunteering back in 2004. For twenty years we’ve had the great pleasure of working with him.

Inspired by their work on the Jimmy Carter Project in 2005, (where 30 homes were built in a week!) Keith and his sons decided to make their volunteer shifts a regular family event and began volunteering once monthly, then twice monthly. Once Keith caught the Habitat volunteering bug, you couldn’t stop him! In retirement, he kicked up his volunteer efforts even more.

Keith was a key volunteer on many Habitat Detroit milestone builds over the last twenty years including the Super Build before the Superbowl, Blitz Builds, and the Jane Street Renovation. He’s known as a “Habitual,” a member of a group of dedicated volunteers known for their commitment and talent. They work mainly on Habitat builds, but lend a hand with other community organizations in need of their expertise.

Recently, Keith has become the unofficial historian of Habitat Detroit, thanks in large part to his passion and talent as a photographer. His photos have helped us document important Habitat Detroit milestone events since 2006. Take a look below at some of his incredible work below.

Over the years, Keith has been recognized for his volunteer work. First in 2009 with the Scot Norris Super Hero Award, and then again in 2013 as the Habitat Detroit Volunteer of the Year.

Thank you, Keith, for all that you’ve done for Habitat Detroit and the community over the past twenty years!

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