Disaster ReBuilders help family of 6 now living in camper behind North Carolina home
The Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders are busy in both Texas and North Carolina helping families recover from devastating hurricanes. This week, WNCT-9 and WCTI-12 both caught up with the Disaster ReBuilders and volunteers from Belmont, Mass., who are working to restore a flood-damaged home in Havelock, North Carolina. The home belongs to a family of six, including a U.S. Marine facing a medical discharge. The entire family is living in a camper in the backyard of the home during reconstruction.
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You can view their reports below:
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS: The Nolans — Homecoming three years in the making after hurricaneDecember 17, 2021
SPECIAL REPORT: Rebuilding homes & trust on a foundation of faith in North CarolinaJuly 24, 2019
New Jersey-based Erin's Gift of Hope volunteers put faith into action in North CarolinaJuly 19, 2019
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