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Volunteer Group Photos
Group photos of volunteers at JCWP 2003 are now available.

Three Communities Accept the Challenge

The 21st Century Challenge

Meet the Simmons Family
Jimmy Carter Work Project 2003
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn work together installing vinyl siding on the house they were helping build in Valdosta.
JCWP Comes to an End

Three communities—Anniston, Ala., and LaGrange and Valdosta, Ga.—saw the building of houses and hope June 7-13, 2003, as volunteers from around the world came together to build alongside former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Habitat homeowner families.

JCWP 2003 Videos (Windows Media Player):


Closing Ceremonies

Jimmy Carter speaks about his involvement with Habitat.
During the course of one week, 92 housing units were built. But in addition to building houses, volunteers built friendships, love and the hope for a better future for these families and these entire communities.

updates from throughout the build week. Meet some of the volunteers who gave selflessly of their time to help others. And get to know the homeowner families who now have a simple, decent place to live. Also, find out how homeowner Rinique Simmons is feeling now that her house—sponsored by Web site visitors—is complete.

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