This year a group of 28 volunteers (comprised of Fireman/EMTs, Contractors, Engineers, Pastors, Doctors, Nurses, young people of retired individuals) served at Covenant Bible Camp (outside of Unalakleet). During this trip, we were able to complete several projects, including but not limited to: built two cold weather cabins (including posts, beam foundations, decks, railing, stairs), insulated walls and sub-floors, built four single bunks, four benches and four new sawhorses, hauled trees and brush and raised money for a scholarship fund through t-shirt sales. Visit our Events page to see what upcoming projects you might want to participate in or click the Donate link to support us financially!
We desire to make a difference in our own community and every year we choose a deserving project in Medford, Oregon for a “Mini Home Makeover.”
This year, approximately 40 volunteers served over 7 days to demolish a retired fire station for Youth71five Ministry, which plans to finish construction on what will ultimately be a two-story youth center in the heart of downtown Medford that will allow them to build mentoring relationships with at-risk youth.
Last year, we had the opportunity to work with the Women’s Gospel Mission and were able to revamp their out door area, install new carpet inside their facility, install a commercial grade exterior door, along with many other misc. items. What once was dying grass and overgrown bushes was transformed into bark with a playground making a very functional outdoor space. This provided a safe space for recovering mothers to let their kids play without worry.