Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity wants to build a playground for several Woodbury affordable townhomes that will house 39 families.
Construction of housing in the Garden Gate development will be completed in 2014. Hundreds of Habitat volunteers have helped build the homes, and now they'll help build a playground next Saturday.
Twin Cities Habitat needs a final $20,000 to pay for the equipment, spokesman Matt Haugen said. The playground builder, Flagship Recreation of Plymouth, has helped with costs, he said.
The outside playground will have monkey bars, slides, swings and climbing apparatus.
"There are enough families there that it makes a lot of sense for them to have a place to play," Haugen said.
Sponsors can contact Mark Turbak, Habitat's corporate and in-kind relations senior associate, at 612-305-7120 or e-mail him at mark.turbak@ tchabitat.org.
Woodbury has 55 units of Habitat housing.