CALUMET CITY | Jonathan Allen, of Alabama, and some 165 other teenagers are hoping their involvement this week in a religious project enables them to help spread God’s word by providing labor to less fortunate people in need of housing repairs.
Volunteers Anna Stephens, left, and Theressa Hall, center, both of Albertville, Ala., and Jennifer Miles, right, of Starkville, Miss., from World Changers empty a storage facility at the Arc of Northwest Indiana in Gary.
Volunteers Hannah Tatro, left, of Pratt, Texas, and Bethany Kneller, of Cambridge, Minn., from World Changers paint at the Arc of Northwest Indiana in Gary. The Arc of Northwest Indiana accountant and IT director Cindy Shikles works in her office. The teens are part of a group of volunteers …
Nearly 300 young volunteers from around the country spent a week this past summer helping low-income homeowners and local nonprofit organizations make some much-needed repairs.
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