Project organizers are still looking for volunteers. People who are skilled in plumbing, HVAC and electrical are encouraged to get involved.
"We feel honored that we're able to help. Even if it's just a small piece, it's like a ripple in a pond. We hope it will spread,” said Bethany Sietsma, who volunteered with Roof Replacements Solutions.
"There's only so much that the VA system can do. So when you have programs like this where a church gets involved, I think this is the kind of thing that's going to help us put a dent in this,” Taylor said.
The church's goal: to have each home renovated just in time for Veterans Day on November 11.
For more information on how to get involved in the project, visit: wholemanministries.com/veterans or call 336-785-2080.
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