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URI & The South County
Habitat for Humanity

 

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Since 2010, URI has raised $178,375 for South County Habitat for Humanity including funding for Old North Village. For 2013-2014, we are undertaking the most ambitious build schedule in years:


Projects::

  • Home for a Hero will be building a home for a disabled veteran, ground breaking on Sept. 28th with Senator Jack Reed.
  • Women Constructing Hope will be building a home by an all woman crew (weekend builds Oct. 19th and Nov. 2, 2013)
  • Two new homes in Exeter planned for 2014

All homes are ADA accessible
All homes are LEED Certified
Active participant in the green building movement who contributes expertise to the construction, operations and maintenance of buildings and neighborhoods that save energy, use fewer resources, reduce pollution, and contribute to healthier environments for their occupants and the community.


Rev. Lynn Baker-Dooley, Chair

Read Lynn's Congratulatory Message
Rev. Lynn Baker-Dooley, Honorary Chair

Committee Members:
Julia Garrick, Student President, Habitat for Humanity
Gail Faris, Division of Student Affairs
Lynn McKinney, Council of Deans
Sara Miller, University College
Lou Raymond, Exec. Director, SC Habitat for Humanity
Darthula Hansford, Community Liaison, URI Habitat for Humanity
Bob Schneck, Head Coach, Women's Volley Ball
Jay Shartenburg, Director, SC Habitat for Humanity
Jerry Sidio, Staff Advisor, URI Habitat for Humanity
Steve Simo, Director of Greek Life
Joe Trainer, Head Football Coach
Melissa Boyd-Colvin, Ctr. for Student Leadership Development
Sheri Davis, Memorial Union