Projects in the Domain of Family
Vincent House WorldLegacy’s NC177 Leadership Team’s vision is a united world filled with full self-expression. Our vision is a world where everyone takes care of each other, stands for each other and spreads love and respect, joy, happiness, freedom and passion. We...
Lithuanian World CenterWorldLegacy NC170 created an extreme makeover at the Lithuanian World Center in Lemont, Illinois. The team painted the entire gym and installed new padding on the gym wall. For artistic performances, they painted the theater stage, installed...
Uzbek Association Chicago WorldLegacy NC169 leadership created an extreme makeover at the Uzbek Association in Chicago. The team outfitted a new classroom with 23 iPads, six mobile training tables and chairs, a projector and screen, a game corner (football game,...
Kyrgyz Community Center Project. WorldLegacy’s NC168 Leadership Team’s vision is a connected world where people are authentic and free. All humans experience themselves as being heard, respected and loved.
WorldLegacy’s NC167 leadership team created an extreme makeover at the Boys and Girls Club in Rocky Mount, NC. NC167’s vision was to provide a space for children to reach their full potential.
WorldLegacy’s NC164 Leadership Team created an extreme makeover of the computer lab at the Center for People in Need in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Center for People in Need was founded in a 700 square foot garage in 2002, has grown over time, and currently serves tens of thousands of families every year in Lincoln, Nebraska.
NC110’s Leadership Project completely refurbished the Family Shelter. Seven family rooms received new furniture, window treatments and bathroom accessories.
There have been three projects for Haven House Services. The projects involved major renovations, painting, and cleanup inside and outside of the home and creating a parking area, driveway, and an area for play and basketball.
NC30 chose to do their project at the Low Security Correctional Institution in Butner, NC. NC30 created an enhanced visitation area including rugs and beautiful benches so that families can meet and talk in
A community is coming together to improve a neighborhood. Bringing everyone together is the goal of designing and building a playground in the span of just one weekend. Volunteers have braved the Kansas heat to convert a vacant lot in Oaklawn into a park. It’s a project enjoying plenty of community support.
Until this past weekend, the patio outside a house where families of wounded soldiers stay on Fort Bragg looked bare — a stone floor, a few cedar trees, a grill. Soldiers in wheelchairs often could not use the patio after a rainstorm because they could not navigate the muddy yard
Passage Home, empowers their community with after school programs, tutoring, free lunches, culinary skills training, a library, a computer lab, and job counseling/training for addicts and women coming out of prison.
The NC150 Leadership Team of WorldLegacy created miracles for Reality Ministries in Durham, North Carolina. The Team of six women and two coaches created a huge transformation for this center.
The WorldLegacy’s Leadership Program has contributed more than 27 pro bono projects in the Durham community. Among the many projects the WorldLegacy has made possible is their project to enhance the efficiency of the Family Center of Northern Durham,
The NC145 Leadership Team partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Wake County to revitalize the clubhouses with new paint, furnishings and facility upgrades.
Today, the community unveils a tiny park with an enormous heart.
After months of elbow grease and door-to-door dollar-collecting, a group of generous do-gooders is ready to show off the new Bragg Street Mini Park. Formerly one of the most forlorn, drug-addled corners of Raleigh, it is now a cheerful, well-equipped gathering place for everyone from toddlers to adults.
The project took a barren, dirt back yard and transformed it into a fun, colorful area for young children to play and explore outdoors.
In January of 2009, WorldLegacy’s NC106 Leadership team chose the Woman’s Rehabilitation and Counseling Center in Florida for their project. This facility provides a home for up to a year for woman and children who are transitioning in life.
We committed to doing major body work on the trailer that was needed for it to be in excellence and providing it with 10 new computers, a handicap ramp, closet space, 60 chairs, and new appliances. The project amounted to about $35,000 and enrolled about 50 committed volunteers.
WorldLegacy North Carolina NC83 BAM, with the help of other WorldLegacy graduates took on an elementary school in St. Bernard Parish like a storm of transformation. Chalmette, La. is an area south of New Orleans that was devastated by Katrina and Rita....
NC115 chose their project at Genesis Home. Genesis Home envisions a community without homelessness in which everyone lives in safe and sustainable communities and shows compassion to neighbors in need.
With the help of a team of volunteers and a bank of donated equipment, a new computer lab opens Monday at the Hispanic Family Center, offering after-school tutorials to Latino children.
A residential facility for homeless women and children received an extreme makeover by WorldLegacy’s NC147 leadership team. In only two days, the facility received an upgraded kitchen, children’s playroom and pamper day for the residents.
An area was created with miniature homes, schools, hospitals, stop signs and traffic lights to allow the Durham Police Department teach children about guns, traffic and other safety issues. Durham Safety Village. Program for Children. Budget: $16,000.
We all know that youth who have healthy activities along with healthy relationships with adults in their communities stand a far better chance of avoiding involvement in drugs, gangs, and other high risk activities.