It takes a neighborhood

“This is such a big project that one person’s contribution pales in comparison to the power of what many people can achieve when they come together to get things done.”

Carolina’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity co-chair Alex Mitchell helped mobilize a growing army of volunteers — student athletes, sororities and fraternities, undergraduates and graduate students, staff and faculty — to help others.

“Everybody wants to help out. I really don’t know anyone at Carolina who doesn’t get excited when they hear the word ‘Habitat,'” Mitchell said.

Volunteers on a build site don’t care which group people belong to. “Out there, we are all one.”

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