A Special Thank You to All of Our Collegiate Challenge Volunteers
We cannot thank the students from Waynesburg University, Stockton University, Northwestern University, and Gates County High School enough for their hard work and choosing an #AlternativeSpringBreak with Habitat Cabarrus.

Here are just a few photos of the students on the build site. Click here to view more photos in our Facebook albums.



Are you interested in finding other ways to volunteer with Habitat? Visit our website for more information.
 
Students from the Performance Learning Center Get Involved with Habitat Cabarrus
Performance Learning Center Students On March 4th, a group of high school students from Cabarrus County Schools' Performance Learning Center came out and worked on a build site with Habitat Cabarrus as part of an out of class learning experience.  The students showed their support for Habitat and the future homeowner by helping us put up siding and performing a variety of other tasks needed in order to build the home.

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National Volunteer Week Spotlight:
Mary Rembert 
National Volunteer Week is a great opportunity to recognize the contributions of our generous volunteers, many of whom have been offering both their time and effort for many years.

Shining the Spotlight
One such individual, Mary Rembert, has been volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Cabarrus County and ReStore Cabarrus since 2005 (when our ReStore originally opened).

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Volunteer Culture Club
Did you know April 10 -16 is National Volunteer Week 2016?

National Volunteer Week recognizes the many people across the U.S. and Canada who share their time and resources to many different causes for the greater good of society as a whole.

My mother used to say that good manners are the glue that bind a society. Granted, she was usually telling me this when she wanted me to learn where various utensils should be placed on the table... but she was right. There are ties that bind us as friends, family, community, and culture. Now I instruct my own kids (with varying degrees of success) about how manners are really about making people comfortable. Individuals fortunate enough to have seen some of the world agree... While culture may determine whether you eat your dinner with a fork, chopsticks, or fingers - the ability to look at the person on the other side of the table and try to make him comfortable is universal.

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