To remember the community cooperation and to keep the giving spirit of this past weeks Big Hearts build alive, WRCB and ST Productions will present a commemorative DVD of the project with 100% of net proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga.
The community rallied in February to build a new home for the Sharrock family in Rossville, GA for the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition show to be aired nationally on the ABC network sometime in April.
The commemorative DVD will feature our stories on build week as well as content never seen before and the special show on reveal day.
You can purchase the DVD for $15. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. You have two ways to order.
1. Pay with credit card by using PayPal.
2. Pay by check by printing an order form and sending that with a check.
While Michael, Cindy, and Patrick Sharrock are enjoying their new home Habitat would like to help other families. To date, they have built 225 homes in the greater Chattanooga area. Learn more about Habitat by visiting www.habichatt.org
If you have questions about the DVD, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can see all of WRCB’s continuing coverage at WRCBtv.com.
This DVD is not affiliated with the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, ABC, or the Walt Disney Company. It is a product of WRCB-TV and ST Productions.
“Habitat has opened up unprecedented opportunities for me to cross the chasm that separates those of us who are free, safe, financially secure, well fed and housed, and influential enough to shape our own destiny from our neighbors who enjoy few, if any, of these advantages of life.” ―Jimmy Carter
Today is Presidents Day, a day to honor the current and past presidents that have served this nation over its long history.
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter have been advocates for Habitat since 1984. He has changed many lives and fostered many partnerships for Habitat through his 25+ years volunteering with Habitat.
As president of the United States, Jimmy Carter was deeply committed to social justice and basic human rights. He and his wife Rosalynn left the White House in search of meaningful ways to contribute in these areas and they now lead the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project for Habitat for Humanity International one week each year.
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s involvement with Habitat for Humanity International began in 1984 when the former president led a work group to New York City to help renovate a six-story building with 19 families in need of decent, affordable shelter. That experience planted the seed for the Carter Work Project, which has been an internationally recognized Habitat event ever since.
“Habitat has successfully removed the stigma of charity by substituting it with a sense of partnership. The people who will live in the homes work side by side with the volunteers, so they feel very much that they are on an equal level.” ―Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter is a man who has used his experience and influence to change the lives of thousands of people for the better. Today we are thankful for him and for all the Presidents that have supported Habitat in the past. Join them and use your talents to support Habitat.
To see pictures of 2010′s Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project click here!