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Carter Work Project 2014: Dallas-Fort Worth

Welcome to the Habitat for Humanity Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project blog! For the 31st year, the Carters join Habitat to help build homes, communities and hope, as more than 5,000 volunteers will build or repair more than 100 homes. Join the conversation in the comments and by using hashtag #HabitatCWP.

Carter Work Project blog posts
  • From Texas to Nepal

    From Texas to Nepal

    According to the long-held Habitat for Humanity tradition, the final day of Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project festivities included the announcement of the location of next year’s event. Next year, we build in Nepal.

  • 2014 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project

    2014 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project

    A look back on Habitat for Humanity’s flagship event, held this year in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

  • President Carter reflects on Carter Work Project 2014

     President Carter reflects on Carter Work Project 2014

    For the 31st year, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter builds with Habitat for Humanity. In this short video from the build site, President Carter comments on the cooperation he’s seen, the connections that Habitat makes possible and the importance of having a decent place to live.

  • Six inspired Habitat homeowners and volunteers share why they build

    Hear directly from those who have been working so hard this week, and see how the kind of change that Habitat creates reaches far beyond the build site.

  • Looking forward to the stability that affordable homeownership provides

    Looking forward to the stability that affordable homeownership provides

    The end of every Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project is really about beginnings.

    As 2014 volunteers wrap up a week of building and bonding, dozens of families in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, look forward to moving into new homes they have been dreaming of - and working hard toward - for years.

  • Heard at Carter Work Project

    Heard at Carter Work Project

    Hammers and saws aren’t the only soundtrack for this year’s Carter Work Project.

    Laughter, joyous conversations and expressions of gratitude also fill the air.

    Volunteers and soon-to-be homeowners share what being a part of this year’s Carter Work Project has meant to them.

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