Construction Update – May 18, 2017

Construction Update – May 18, 2017

This week’s construction news

Thanks to all our fabulous volunteers for everything you have done to help us bring people together to build homes, communities and hope!

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Above: Beaufort Academy Interact Club Volunteers Kendall Duncan, Edward McCormick, Kevin Williams, Karolina Struhkova, and Will Warren helped us with interior painting last Saturday at 4 Paulik Place. Photo by Lisa Gallager of Beaufort Academy.

Below: Brandi Hussmann, Kayla White and Jessica Long, three of our new Family Partners, were accepted into the LowCountry Habitat for Humanity affordable housing program in March. Last Saturday they each earned 4 of their required sweat equity hours at 4 Paulik Place. Looks like they were having fun too! Photos by Michael Perry.
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This week at the Brays Island House build all the rough in wiring and plumbing is complete. Work will continue at 2216 Trask Parkway next Tuesday and Wednesday, between 8 am and noon. No construction next Thursday as Michael is attending a conference.

This Saturday we return to 4 Paulik Place, Saint Helena Island.

Please email Michael at michael@lowcountryhabitat.org so that he will know to expect you.

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Above: Thursday crew: West Estep, Sally Mayse, Family Partner Aaron Murray and  Lee Ellis laid trusses for the porch roof.
Below Sally and West installing hurricane protection at the Brays Island House this week.

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Dataw Donation Day – Thank You!

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THANK YOU to the volunteers and all who participated in the annual Dataw Donation Day drop off on Saturday, May 13th. Donors like you help to make our building possible, ensuring that our Family Partners will be able to achieve that needed hand up to reach the dream of homeownership.

We currently have nine Family Partners in our affordable housing program. All are industriously earning their sweat equity requirements working on our construction sites, ReStore, warehouse, office and also representing LowCountry Habitat at community events.

Dataw Donation Day was a huge success, but if you have larger items such as furniture, appliances, building materials, electric, plumbing, or flooring materials, please call the ReStore at 843-525-0055 and schedule a FREE donation pickup.

Thanks to your continued support of our mission, we have built or rehabbed 46 homes to date, providing safe, affordable housing for over 58 adults and 121 children.Together, we are making a difference in our community.

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