Warrior Creek Build — Welch, West Virginia
Week One — May 8-14, 2016
Week Two — May 15-21, 2016
Join Disaster ReBuilders in May for a two-week blitz build of six housing units in Welch, West Virginia. Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders will partner with Warrior Creek Development to help support building efforts to provide housing for teachers in the poorest county, McDowell County, West Virginia. Come and be part of helping Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders continue their commitment to serve!
3. Registration-without meals and RV site $175 per week
2. Registration-includes meals only and NO volunteer lodging $225.00 per week
- Week 1 May 8-14th= Sunday, May 8th dinner, Monday through Friday, breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sat. May 14th breakfast.
- Week 2 May 15-21st= Sunday, May 16th dinner, Monday through Friday, breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sat. May 21st. breakfast.
Volunteer Lodging: Volunteer Lodging is available close to the site. Volunteer lodging will be on bunks beds or cots. Volunteers will need to bring their own bedroll, pillows, and toiletries. Shower facilities will be on site.
Transportation: There is no transportation provided to and from airports. The closest airport is Tri-Cities Airport, Bristol. TN. Click here for connecting larger airports. Tri-Cities Airport is 80 miles from Welch, WV.
Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders celebrated a week of building one new home and renewing 4 existing homes in Biloxi, MS marking the 10th Anniversary of the landfall of Hurricane Katrina. Volunteers from around the U.S. came together for the week of August 24th to build and restore homes for families that had been affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Tears Flow as Port Sulphur Woman Gets Homes-June 23, 2011
Man who lost everything getting new home–April 12, 2011
Disaster ReBuilders celebrates 4-year partnership with AmeriCorps – April 15, 2010
Volunteers drive the work of Disaster ReBuilders – Feb. 17, 2010
Disaster ReBuilders leading hurricane recovery effort in Texas – Feb. 17, 2010
Ike volunteers get back to work – Jan. 7, 2010
Hurricane-damaged homes not forgotten – Aug. 1, 2009