Habitat For Humanity
Eric and Friend Crawford, both U.S. military veterans, are the proud parents of three beautiful children. Their oldest son Anthony, a student at Greenville High School, has Downs Syndrome and is best to have a “rigid and predictable schedule” according to Eric. A consistent place to call home will certainly help!
After years of renting, The Crawford Family is ready to have a comfortable, quiet and safe place to make their homeownership dreams come true!
- Our work date is Saturday, May 2, 2020
- The Habitat house is at 313 Pine Drive in Piedmont.
- There will be two crews, one morning crew working from 8:00-11:30 AM and one afternoon crew working from 12:30-2:30 PM.
- We are expected to have a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 20 per crew. We will need at least 5 volunteers who can work on the roof and/or exterior ladders.
- One person can sign up for both a morning and an afternoon shift.
- All workers must be at least 14-years old. A parent or guardian must sign waivers for all individuals under the age of 18. No one under the age of 18 is to use power tools of any kind.
- Crews are to complete a punch list of tasks that may include finishing shingling the roof, finish installing exterior doors and windows, complete birdsmouths, as well as other tasks that may be assigned by the contractor.
- Unless the task prevents it, all workers will work in a buddy system, paired up by experience levels.
- Proper footwear and sunscreen will be recommended. Workers will also be encouraged to dress for the weather. Bob James and Robin Bowden will act as “safety officers” on the job site.
- Safety glasses, work gloves and all tools will be provided.
- Drinks will be available through the workday.
- We will be serving lunch as well between 11:30 and 12:30.
- There are five spots for the lunch crew.
- Lunch can be as simple as sandwiches and drinks, enough for 20 volunteers.
- Lunch will need to be delivered and set up by 11:30 and cleaned up by 12:45.
313 Pine Drive, Piedmont
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