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Carter Work Project History: 1994-1996

The Carters look over house plans during the 1995 Carter Work Project.

The Carters look over house plans during the 1995 Carter Work Project.

August 1996: Vac, Hungary

Ten houses were built by the Carters and about 500 other volunteers from 23 countries. This was the first time that a Carter Work Project week was held in Europe.

June 1995: Southern California

More than 1,500 volunteers from 39 states and five countries participated in this Carter Work Project. Twenty-one houses were built in the Watts/Willowbrook community of Los Angeles, while accelerated builds were held at five other Habitat affiliates in Southern California.

July 1994: Eagle Butte, South Dakota 

This Carter Work Project marked the partnership of Habitat for Humanity and the Native American population. Thirty houses were completed on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation.