My husband and I participated in this last year and it was great. Unfortunately we were not able to participate this year but plan on joining in again next year. It is truly a labor of love.
A group of volunteers gave four Haltom City homes a makeover. In just 24 hours, some 1,600 volunteers completed home renovations for the much-deserving families.
The home makeovers come courtesy of the NorthWood Church in Keller. This is the third year that NorthWood has provided home makeovers for families in Haltom City.
The families being helped were all selected based on their need. “There’s something about the time frame and the urgency of it that makes it that much more,” said volunteer Andy Wallace.
Those involved with the project say the renovation isn’t only for the homes, but the soul as well. “God said, ‘Go out and help the needy and the poor’, so what better way to come out and serve the Lord than to help these folks out?” Wallace asked.
The makeovers include painting, replacing flooring, landscaping, decorating, new furniture and decorative items, appliance replacement or repair and other things you would expect. This year mini-makeovers were added for the houses on the streets where the home makeovers were taking place. The mini-makeovers included yard work, exterior painting and other small jobs.
The teams start working on Friday afternoon and work through the night and into Saturday. The big reveal happens about 5PM that Saturday.
Be sure and click on the picture above to see CBS coverage.