Habitat for Humanity Capital Region and community volunteers Rock the Block again in Old Town
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
The lives of families and the community in Old Town Lansing will be forever changed as hundreds of dedicated Habitat for Humanity Capital Region community volunteers help local families revitalize their homes and neighborhood as part of the Rock the Block event from July 18-22, 2016.
WHAT: Habitat for Humanity Capital Region’s Rock the Block: Old Town
WHEN: Monday through Friday, July 18-22, 2016 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily
WHERE: Projects will take place in the neighborhoods in and around the East Grand River Avenue and Turner Street area in Old Town Lansing. Volunteers will meet each morning at The Epicenter of Worship at 102 W Grand River Ave.
WHO: Among the over 300 Habitat for Humanity volunteers include the Michigan State University men’s basketball team; Accident Fund; Unity Build, a multi-faith community effort; and RV Care-A-Vanners, a volunteer program for anyone who travels in a recreational vehicle and who helps build Habitat houses.
DETAILS: Habitat for Humanity Capital Region’s Rock the Block is a weeklong neighborhood revitalization program that helps homeowners to complete affordable exterior improvements with the assistance of local organizations and individuals. Free energy audits, yardwork and dumpster access will be available to homeowners and renters within the target area.