Carter Work Project
Thank you so much to everyone for your support of the 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Denver!
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver was proud to be a host city for the 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project. The 30th annual Carter Work Project was held October 6 - 12th, 2013 and included large-scale building efforts in three locations: Oakland/San Jose, CA; Denver, CO; and New York City/Union Beach, NJ.
Habitat Metro Denver's local Carter Work Project event was held from October 6th - 11th and included the construction of 11 new homes and repair work on 15 existing homes in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood. In addition to construction, we hosted several exciting events throughout the week, including a Community Kick-Off Celebration, Raise the Roof Presidential Dinner and Celebration event, and 26 home dedication ceremonies. Click here to see some of the exciting media stories from the week!
Thank you to our generous sponsors who helped make the Carter Work Project a huge success!
- Click here to see our Week-Long Carter Work Project Event Sponsors!
- Click here to see our Gift-in-Kind Sponsors!
- Click here to see our Raise the Roof Event Sponsors!
- Click here to see our World of Hope Campaign Sponsors!
- Click here to see our National Event Sponsors!
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About Denver's Globeville Neighborhood
Globeville is a centrally-located neighborhood just 20 blocks north of downtown Denver. Founded 1889 by Eastern European immigrants, Globeville is one of Denver’s oldest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods.
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has been building in the Globeville neighborhood for a number of years. In 2012, Habitat Metro Denver began partnering with families in Globeville to complete critical home repairs on existing houses as part of the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. To learn more about the Critical Home Repair program, please click here. Over the course of 2013, Habitat Metro Denver will build a total of 22 new homes and repair 15 existing homes in the community.