Solid Rock Carpenters 2007
Several hundred volunteers, members of Solid Rock Carpenters 2007, throughout more than a dozen trips, including scorching 90°+ days, have built more than twenty homes in Southern Louisiana in partnership with the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate.
Serving and working alongside the families as they rebuild their homes is gratifying, as is the fellowship of many talented and giving volunteers. The little ripples of hope are seen in the community as they witness the efforts of these caring volunteers from all over the country.
Ask any volunteer about their experience, and they will tell you that the reward of working with and getting to know homeowners is a lasting memory.
Thank you to Rev. Jeff Pruett, John Herring, and other Habitat for Humanity – Washington Parish members for their support and inspiration. This has been a most remarkable and fruitful partnership. See you again soon.
As a proud member of Solid Rock Carpenters 2007, I look forward to working with old friends and making new ones on future projects. The opportunity to work shoulder-to-shoulder with people who genuinely care about the well-being of others is truly awe-inspiring.
Getting to know these special volunteers and their stories is one of my most rewarding opportunities. It’s a little-known secret that while most volunteers are there to help others, there is a more personal reward from the experience that keeps them coming back.
For those interested in joining Solid Rock Carpenters on a future trip, look at their website for more information. Join us. You won’t be disappointed.
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