Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project 2018

Habitat for Humanity’s 35th Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project will take place next year in St. Joseph County, Indiana. Over five days, future homeowners will work alongside President and Mrs. Carter and hundreds of other volunteers from Indiana and around the world to build or improve about 30 homes in Mishawaka and South Bend.

“We look forward to welcoming President and Mrs. Carter to Mishawaka for this transformational and inspiring project,” said Jim Williams, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County. “Thanks to the generous involvement of volunteers and sponsors from across the country, we will be able to help dozens of families have a more secure place they can call home.”

In addition to the work in St. Joseph County, local Habitat organizations across Indiana will complete construction projects in honor of President and Mrs. Carter and their legacy of helping raise awareness of the need for decent, affordable housing.

Please click here to donate to the Carter Work Project.

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President and Mrs. Carter at the 2017 Habitat for Humanity Global Conference, announcing St. Joseph County, IN as the site of the 2018 Carter Work Project.

8 Comments

    1. Thank you for your interest, Fred! More details will be released after this year’s Carter Work Project in Canada. We will keep you posted.

  1. Hello. I live in Elkhart, Indiana right beside South Bend. How do I sign up to volunteer? I’m very excited to help with this!

  2. Please keep us posted when volunteer applications for 2018 Jimmy Carter build become available.
    Thank you!

  3. I anm the advisor for Defiance College’s Habitat Chapter in Defiance Ohio. We are about 2 1/2 hours from Southbend and would love to know if our student group could be a part of the Jimmy Carter Build if it is a possiblity. Thank you in advance for your reply.

  4. I volunteered a couple years ago, and am interested in the Jimmy Carter Project. Please let me know details as they become available. (I may be able to get a small group of women together, too!)

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