ROANOKE, Va. – Time has flown by for the members working on this year’s “Home for Good” project.
And thanks to the help of volunteers, there has been an incredible amount of progress made since the project kicked off at the beginning of June. In fact, the project is nearly halfway complete.
“The way Habitat builds those houses affordably is by using volunteer labor whenever possible,” Gina Dunnavant, the Habitat Volunteer Manager said.
On average, volunteers provide 70% of the labor needed to complete each home, and there are plenty of ways to get help.
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