President Jimmy Carter is talking about the cancer that has spread within his body. The former president has a long history in Colorado with one of his charities, Habitat for Humanity, by picking up a hammer and helping build homes for those less fortunate.
He’ll be handing out autographs on his new memoir “A Full Life Reflections At Ninety.”
Since the first earthquake in Nepal last month people in Colorado have been trying to help out. Housing is one of the most vital needs, and one group in Denver has been helping and planning an ever bigger effort.
A recent auction held by The Carter Center has raised more than $1.5 million to benefit the not-for-profit’s worldwide health and peace programs.
For the first time a Habitat for Humanity project is creating a home for a person who is completely paralyzed.
Two dozen families in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood are celebrating their new homes after Habitat for Humanity volunteers built them.
Volunteers really drive Habitat for Humanity. It’s been said that volunteering for the organization is some of the hardest work you’ll ever love.
Former President Jimmy Carter picked up a hammer, screwdriver and power saw on Wednesday as he helped complete Habitat for Humanity homes in Denver.
More progress was made Tuesday on an ambitious project for the Denver area’s Habitat for Humanity.
Sunday was the kickoff for Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s work project as part of Habitat for Humanity in Denver.