S: CAMPUS CHAPTER OF HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 2010-2011
BC: "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened." - Dr Seuss
FC: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: A YEAR IN REVIEW...
1: "Habitat for Humanity has given me the chance to feel that I have hope for the future." -SueAnn Belknap, Habitat Homeowner
2: World Habitat Day!
3: Cardboard Shanty Town
4: Seeing through the eyes of the homeless...
5: Raising awareness about the problem of inadequate housing
6: State Farm Matching Grant: Action Planning Session
9: “Perhaps the question is not, ‘Can we afford to provide decent housing and basic services for all humans?’ Rather, it is, ‘Can we—the human species—afford not to?’” —Dr. Greg Goldstein, World Health Organization
10: Pensacola, Florida
11: Winter Break Trip
12: The Drive
14: To serve, not to be served.
19: Today you can make a difference
20: “You have shown God’s kingdom has no colors, just people of love.” —Habitat homeowner Lenamay Nelson
22: THE BEGINNING
23: THE END
24: TIME FOR FUN
28: Coming together, sharing together, working together, succeeding together.
29: "An open home, an open heart, here grows a bountiful harvest." - Judy Hand
30: Lego Blitz Build
31: sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart
32: Campus Oylmpics
35: ...At The University of Akron
37: ...At the Affiliate
39: Project M.I.S.S.I.O.N in Action
40: Highlights *We received $80,000 in grants for Project M.I.S.S.I.O.N *We fundraised at Barley House, T.G.I.F's, and football games *We raised awareness during multi-cultural week, World Habitat Day, Habitat Olymics, and the Lego Blitz Build *We volunteered on work sites one Saturday each month *We received the Civil Engagement Award *We made a difference.
41: “Habitat gives us an opportunity which is very difficult to find: to reach out and work side by side with those who never have had a decent home—but work with them on a completely equal basis. It’s not a big-shot, little-shot relationship. It’s a sense of equality.”—former U.S. President Jimmy Carter