Habitat for Humanity to build 22 homes for families in need
MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Future Habitat for Humanity homes are coming together thanks to a home building project.
Walls built by volunteers in Indianapolis were delivered to the site of prospective Habitat for Humanity homes.
Come August, those walls will be used to build new homes as part of the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project.
Site Manager Cathy Kurczek said, “Once you have some volunteer come out on site, no matter where they’re from, you see that they have a desire to help a neighbor. In reality, we’re all neighbors, we’re all Hoosiers and we just want to have everyone have a safe affordable home to live in.”
The Carter Work Project will take place from Aug. 21-31 with volunteers building 22 homes in St. Joseph County.