EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan State track and field team will volunteer at Habitat for Humanity in Lansing, Mich., on March 17-18. The MSU track and field team will help Habitat for Humanity move its offices and the Spartans will help with various tasks, such as painting, shelving merchandise and woodworking. 


“We are excited to be involved with Habitat for Humanity,” assistant coach Chris Bostwick said. “They (Habitat for Humanity) were gracious enough to accommodate our 100+ athletes. The team is really excited to go and make a difference in the community that supports Spartan track and field.” 


Habitat for Humanity (Lansing) has been working in the greater Lansing area since 1987. In 20 years, the organization has built 64 homes and helped more than 70 families move out of substandard housing. Habitat for Humanity keeps homes affordable by enlisting volunteer labor, seeking donated services and materials and coordinating land donations.

Props to the MSU SID.