The hours worked on one Lake City Habitat project can carry over to the next! Remember, the total hours worked is considered. You’re already up 350 hours on the next house. You will have the personal satisfaction of helping to build a home for someone in need of affordable, comfortable housing. You will have worked side by side with Volunteers who are getting nothing but personal satisfaction out of their efforts. If you don’t have knowledge of construction and maintenance, then you will have had the opportunity to learn. If you do have that knowledge, then you will have had a chance to teach others.
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One applicant shares her experience: “after working with these Volunteers – people that were there every Saturday, working because they wanted to help someone and they didn’t even know who it was going to be – working with them lit a spark in me. I knew that if I wanted to get somewhere, I had to be willing to put in the effort. I’m still working full time, raising a family and now going to Lake City Community College. Working with the Habitat Volunteers changed my life. I’m no longer trapped – I’m going somewhere.”