Habitat for Humanity
White Memorial has been sponsoring new Habitat for Humanity homes in Wake County since 1991, and is currently involved in new home construction, home improvement projects, wall builds and youth projects. Watch for Habitat updates here and in the church newsletter or email Harry Montgomery, the White Memorial Habitat Coordinator, for information or to be added to the Habitat email list.
Presbyterian Build 2018
Presbyterian Build returns this year and starts Saturday, October 6 with the following kick-off events:
- Wall Build: Saturday, October 6 at 7:15 a.m. at 2615 Westinghouse Boulevard
- Wall-Raising Ceremony: Saturday, October 6 at 11:45 a.m. at 820 Grove Creek Lane
Find out more about the Presbyterian Build Coalition of churches and their planned projects at habitatwake.org/faith/presbyterian.
White Memorial has been assigned three Saturday work days. Thursdays and Fridays are open to all. Additionally, White Memorial will provide lunch for 30 people on two of our work days. If you, your Sunday school class or other church group would like to provide lunch, please contact Harry Montgomery.
White Memorial Saturday Work Days
October 6, 2018
October 20, 2018
November 17, 2018
Reserve your workday spots at habitatwake.volunteerhub.com/lp/presbyterian/.
Summer Youth Build 2018
The Summer Youth Build is a wonderful way to fill your summer days with a worthwhile and rewarding activity, and pick up community service hours required for high school graduation. Contact Harry Montgomery if you are age 16 and up and are interested in participating. Youth 16 and 17 need a signed parental permission slip. An adult 18 or older will accompany every 5 youth. College students are also welcome.
Who: Youth groups, ages 16 and up
What: Build nine homes during the summer of 2018
When: June 20 - September 1
Where: Crosstowne neighborhood, Raleigh
Why: In Wake County, 91,000 families lack affordable housing. You can help nine local families to obtain affordable housing as a fun “stay-at-home service trip” this summer.
Watch for Habitat updates here and in the church newsletter, or email Harry Montgomery for information.