DOYLESTOWN — The Doylestown United Methodist Church disaster relief mission team is headed to Washington, N.C., to help repair homes damaged last year by Hurricane Florence.
At least 36 people will leave April 14 and spend a week there.
"Sleeping in bunkhouses and eating in a Boy Scout Camp kitchen, their mission is not just rebuilding homes: it is rebuilding hope," the church said in a news release.
Volunteers pay for the experience. Adults pay $150 and youth $50.
There are four volunteer spots remaining and people don't need to belong to the church or live in Doylestown. To volunteer or for more details about the mission, contact Earl Kerr at 330-347-4177 or email@example.com.