On August 12th, 2017, 18 (mostly senior) volunteers came together to help remove interior wall and ceiling boards from the Rose Haven house, as well as assorted (unusable construction material from the barn. It was a very successful day, as we were able to fill two 12-yd roll-off bins with construction debris from inside the house and from the backyard barn. A total of 18 volunteers gave up their Saturday morning (and a lot of their sweat) to help PRISC begin their Rose Haven program.
A Thrivent Financial Action Team donation provided for a tent and chairs to help shade workers from the hot and humid North Carolina sun, particulate masks to protect workers from old dirt and plaster dust, and cool drinks for those rest breaks when it just got too unbearable to continue. PAK-R Disposal from Washington, NC donated three roll-off bins so that the removed construction material could be properly disposed. PRISC wishes to thank these two companies AND the volunteers who participated for helping to support the PRISC mission of creating a reintegration house for female Veterans.
PRISC Board of Director Member — PRISC CEO — PRISC Project Engineer