Collegiate Challenge is Habitat for Humanity's year-round alternative break program that provides opportunities for students from youth groups high schools and colleges to spend a week building a house in partnership with a Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the United States.
Our affiliate hosts Collegiate Challenge groups year-round. We are currently focusing on a city known as Lacoochee a thriving mill town in rural northeast Pasco County not far from Dade City. The town needs so much—it's hard to tell where to begin. There are few paved roads no street lights and no sewer system. The business district fizzled out long ago. We have two volunteer houses available for Collegiate Challenge groups to use. The houses are located back-to-back and each house is equipped with a full kitchen and dining area, three or four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and beds for about 20-25 volunteers.
If you would like to learn more about Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco County's Collegiate Challenge program, please
Email firstname.lastname@example.org the Director of Volunteer Services or call the Habitat office at 352-567-1444 ext 1305 and ask to speak with Jere.