Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake (HFHC) and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) teamed up with more than 125 veterans, active duty military and AmeriCorps and Senior Corps members to help build and rehabilitate homes in Annapolis and Baltimore, March 17 - 18. Corporation for National and Community Service CEO Patrick A. Corvington and Dr. Erwin Tan, director, Senior Corps and Strategic Advisor, Veterans and Military Families of CNCS, joined in building.
The build is meant to honor the “invaluable service to America that veterans and active duty military service and AmeriCorps members have contributed over the years,” said HFHC CEO Mike Mitchell. “It is an honor for me, our staff and our board members to work along with these outstanding public servants as they help to build houses in partnership with low-income families and also help to revitalize neighborhoods.”
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