Habitat Volunteers See the World in a New Way
Habitat for Humanity gives volunteers the opportunity to travel the world and learn about other cultures first hand.
JCWP Brings Families Together
JCWP 2004 brings together a father and daughter to build hope and homes with families in need.
Sharing the Blessing of Homeownership
The daughter of Habitat homeowners in the United States travels to Veracruz to build with families in need.
JCWP 2004 Brings Friends Together
A group of Habitat volunteers returns to Mexico to build homes with new partner families and visit old friends.
Habitat Volunteer Uses Professional Skills to Help Families in Need
Electrician Danita Shelton gained practical experience through volunteering with Habitat and now seeks to use her skills to help families in need of decent shelter.
Veracruz University Students Continue Learning Outside of the Classroom
Students Gabriela Flores Mendoza and Ernesto Siu Aponte continue their studies on the JCWP build site.
Language Barriers Not Insurmountable Thanks to Translators
Volunteer translators make week's work possible.
Volunteer profile: Aly Wiersma
Seeing the need elsewhere in the world made Aly Wiersma want to participate in the 2004 Jimmy Carter Work Project.
Volunteer's Experience at JCWP Proves Habitat Is All about Giving a 'Hand Up'
Teamwork and fellowship are hallmarks of any Habitat build.
It's All Just Smiles
In spite of challenges, volunteer Jessica Yach’s birthday donation of time benefits homeowners as well as self
Lessons from the Build Site
For two students, getting involved with Habitat for Humanity is more than just a way to fulfill a volunteer work requirement at school.
Building Community in Mexico
A Habitat for Humanity employee experiences Habitat's community-building work first hand.