Worksite teams deploy into the city to complete light construction and home renovation projects for homeowners who are struggling to keep up with the maintenance and care of their homes.  Projects can include flooring replacement, ceiling replacement, painting, bathroom and kitchen updates or renovation, front step/deck repair, building of accessibility ramps, decluttering, yard work and more.  In order to qualify, a home must be owned by the resident, have heat and electricity and be pre-screened to ensure it has enough work for the team for a week.

Teams consist of 3-4 adult volunteer Worksite Leaders and 8-10 student campers.  The work is primarily performed by the students themselves, with the support and instruction of the adults onsite.  With three dedicated workdays as part of Work Camp, the average worksite team performs a combined 264 hours of service on each home.  With labor and building materials combined, most teams deliver around $10,000 in value to the homeowner.

Howeowners are the anchors of their neighborhoods.  But, maintaining their homes become more difficult as they age, face medical problems or experience the loss of a job.  We are happy to bless them with this assistance.