CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV)-- More than 60 College of Charleston fraternity members will be pitching in to remodel a cottage-style home for Habitat for Humanity.
"We've never actually done a hands on type of build service project," said Blake Wilson, Inter-Fraternity Council's Philanthropy and Service Chair. "So that was one of our goals to get out here and immerse ourselves in the Charleston community and help build a house."
The build will stretch over two days at a home on Romney Street in the downtown area.
"We decided to partner with the Charleston Habitat for Humanity because we thought it would be a great way for fraternity members to give back to the community," says "On top of that, our hope is that fraternity members will bond with each other and meet members they may not know while being immersed in the Charleston community."