Fantastic progress at the Brays Island House!
Pictured above, cutting trim to size, are family partner Denise Simmons and her family support partner Sally Mayse. Sally is a very dedicated construction volunteer and she has contributed many construction volunteer hours to Denise's sweat equity requirement. Way to go Sally!
Saturday construction hours are 8 am until 2 pm, with a 15 minute break. We ask volunteers to have a hearty breakfast beforehand and bring a snack to keep energy levels up. At the Brays Island House build at 2216 Trask Parkway this Saturday and next week, we will be painting interior trim. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday construction hours remain 8 am until noon.
If you have completed volunteer orientation and want to join in the fun, simply check your schedule and email Michael Perry, construction manager at firstname.lastname@example.org, to let him know which day to expect you.
The Brays Island House will become home to family partner Sheryl Tucker, pictured above and her son Keyvon.
Thanks to all our family partners and volunteers for your dedication and hard work. Every one of us can make a difference!
Sheena J. Saltalamacchia, Wells Fargo Bank, Natiema Fuller Busby, Sha'myria Busby, Eric Lowman, Chair Beaufort Bank Build, BB&T and Everette Kuhn, CBC National Bank.
The Beaufort Bank Build Site Dedication
Partnering with local banks to build a Beaufort Bank Home
On July 11th, we gathered at 904 Greene Street to kick-off the Beaufort Bank Build. Natiema Fuller-Busby, is the family partner who will call this home.
Everette Kuhn, CBC National Bank, Anne Helm, Co-chair 25th Anniversary Home Build, Pat Dudley, Board Member, Lowcountry Real Estate, Brandi Hissman & Family.
The 25th Anniversary Home Build Site Dedication
On July 20th, at 906 Greene Street we dedicated the 25th Anniversary Home build site, moving one step closer to helping family partner Brandi Hussmann achieve her dream of home ownership.
ReStore Volunteer Opportunities
- Do you have the talent to make "The Ask"? If so, please consider joining the ReStore Donation Procurement Team.
- In an effort to give greater customer/donor service at the store, we are looking for volunteers to work the sales floor and greet our donors in receiving.
- We are in need of "fill-in" cashiers during the summer months.
- We are asking for volunteers to take ownership of specific areas of the store: Lighting, Doors/Windows etc. to keep us orderly and merchandised efficiently.
- We are in desperate need of those that have great organizational skills and love to clean. Processing is the name of the game! We know that you are out there and would love to do this! You can truly make a difference!
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please email Lee McSavaney, volunteer coordinator at email@example.com or call 843-522-3500.
Volunteer Role of Honor
Thank you for helping our family partner's dreams of home ownership become reality!
As at fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, 308 LowCountry Habitat for Humanity volunteers contributed 12,515 hours of service. Our volunteer role of honor as at June 30, 2017 includes 99 volunteers who have accumulated the Ground Breaker level of 24 hours through to the Master Finisher level of 1000 hours and above! To see the role of honor, click here.
Save the date of Thursday October 5, 6 pm until 8 pm, for our Volunteer Appreciation party at the Dataw pavillion, where all role of honorees will be officially recognized. Evite invitations will be emailed at the end of August.
LowCountry Habitat for Humanity Thanks all our volunteers for helping to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope in northern Beaufort County.
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