This fall, True North students and friends can be part of a Habitat for Humanity build. The project begins August 25 and runs until Nov 10. You can participate once or several times. No experience is necessary, the Habitat folks will teach us what we need to know. If you always wanted to learn a particular skill, here’s your opportunity! Deconstruction, framing, siding, finish carpentry,painting, landscaping, flooring. If you are interested, please contact Nancy and she will give you the specific dates and times workers are needed.
Wondering what Habitat for Humanity is about?
Habitat intends to:
- demonstrate the love and teachings of Jesus Christ.
- advocate on behalf of those in need of decent shelter
- focus on shelter by building and renovating simple, decent, affordable houses
- engage broad community through inclusive leadership and diverse partnerships
- promote dignity through full partnership with Habitat homeowners and future home partners.
- promote transformational and sustainable community development.
“Ending poverty housing is a matter of mercy or compassion. As we are so blessed, we are called to be a blessing. Ending poverty housing is a matter of justice. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to live in a decent, affordable home. Ending poverty housing is a matter of humility. The universal experience of participants with Habitat and other such programs is that we receive more than we give.” from Creating a Habitat for Humanity: No Hands But Yours, Jonathan T.M. Reckford
For more information about Kent County Habitat for Humanity, go here.
See you on the job site!