Emmanuel’s Hammer, a nonprofit, faith-based organization providing home rehabilitation services for homeowners in need, is hosting their Annual Builder’s Breakfast on Tuesday, February 25, 2020, at 7:00 AM.
This year, the organization will share plans for the construction of the Thomas Few H2O House on the campus of the Frazee Center. The center will serve as a place for an after-school program, laundry service and showers for families in need. “H2O” stands for health, hygiene, and opportunity. The H2O House will be built in honor of Thomas Few, the Clemson student, who died tragically last summer. The 20-year-old Clemson University student studying construction science died after falling from the roof of an off-campus house.
The event and breakfast, presented by Southern First Bank, Magnolia Property Group, Inc., Waldrop Incorporated, and Yoder’s Building Services, will be held at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church, 200 Buncombe Street in Greenville. Chris Justus, WYFF-TV Chief Meteorologist, will serve as master of ceremonies.
“A safe, sanitary, and secure living environment is critical to a family’s well-being. Emmanuel’s Hammer shares the love of Christ by rebuilding homes and restoring hope in our community,” commented K.C. Carter, Executive Director of Emmanuel’s Hammer. “We hope to inspire and encourage individuals who want to make a significant difference in the lives of families in need.”
Since its inception, Emmanuel’s Hammer has provided over 45,792 volunteer hours, rebuilt or remodeled over 195 homes, and led over 275 disaster relief and repair projects. Ninety-five percent of every dollar donated is invested in Upstate communities served by Emmanuel’s Hammer.
To register for the breakfast, learn of sponsorship opportunities, or for more information, visit www.ehammer1.org, or call 864-275-7323.
The organization’s contact is K.C. Carter, Executive Director, [email protected]