75 volunteers help make repairs to homes in Kanawha County

  As part of a World Renew project to help West Virginians recover after the flood of June 2016, about 75 volunteers from Michigan spent a week this month in Kanawha County.

     The volunteer teams from Westwood Church in Kalamazoo and RedArrow Ministries in Paw Paw helped make repairs to at least eight homes in the Clendenin and Elkview areas. The crew included adult team leaders, college students and high school students who were on their spring break.

     Among the projects they did was a basement renovation in Clendenin, floor and drywall repairs, insulation work and window replacement.

     World Renew, a WV VOAD member agency, has sent volunteer teams all over West Virginia to help repair and rebuild homes that were damaged or destroyed by flooding. WV VOAD is so thankful for World Renew’s commitment to long-term recovery!

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