WorldLegacy Leadership Team Creates Extreme Computer Center Makeover at Covenant House Greater Washington

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WorldLegacy’s NC 176 Leadership Team will complete an extreme makeover of a computer center, in only two days, at Covenant House Greater Washington, Washington DC. For this project, the team will completely renovate the computer center by painting the walls, installing new commercial vinyl tiles, and installing six state of the art computers.

WorldLegacy NC176 Team
Partner with an extraordinary WorldLegacy Leadership team to create an extreme makeover of a computer center to make a difference for homeless and disconnected youth. The project will be completed in only two days. The impossible, is possible.

WorldLegacy’s NC176 Leadership Team, based in Chapel Hill, NC, will complete an extreme makeover of the computer center at Covenant House Greater Washington (CHGW), 2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020, during the weekend of September 7th – 8th, 2019. Five individuals, from all over the US, will gather to create a space where homeless youth can get that they matter. The upgraded room will also give youth mechanisms to learn, obtain their GEDs, study and obtain employment. They will renovate an existing room by repainting the walls, installing new commercial tile, and installing six state of the art computers. The work will be done in excellence and will provide a safe and comfortable place for youth. The intention is to leave a lasting legacy in the community for generations, and in the hearts of all the volunteers who are part of the makeover.

This extreme makeover project is the culmination of WorldLegacy’s three-month leadership development program. What makes this project unique is that the WorldLegacy Leadership team of five individuals must completely design the project from start to finish, cannot use any of their own money, and involves the community be partners and do 75% of the work. The project must be completed in three days or less. The quality of any work that is done has to be industry grade.

WorldLegacy is committed to maintaining standards of excellence for its legacy leadership projects, that are part of every leadership class. WorldLegacy has been operating for more than twenty years and trains at least seven leadership programs each year. Over the years, WorldLegacy has donated more than $3,490,000 in cash, contributions and labor through the projects.    

The WorldLegacy NC176 Leadership Team asks for your partnership to make this project possible. Please come and participate with us in all aspects of the work starting Saturday, September 7th and concluding Sunday, September 8th, 2019. Volunteers will begin work on the project at 8 am on both Saturday and Sunday at 2001 Mississippi Avenue NE, Washington DC, 20020.

All work will be completed by Sunday afternoon and will culminate with a ribbon cutting ceremony beginning 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 8th. The ceremony will celebrate and honor all donors, volunteers and leaders who gave of their time, talents and resources to make the project a success. WorldLegacy invites the entire Washington, DC community and all those who work and volunteer for this incredible organization to come join us. The Covenant House Greater Washington is located at 2001 Mississippi Avenue NE, Washington DC, 20020.

About WorldLegacy:
WorldLegacy in Chapel Hill, NC offers a curriculum of leadership programs and accelerated coaching for people committed to creating extraordinary results, having a meaningful life, and impacting the world. For over 20 years, WorldLegacy has been attracting students from all over the world. At WorldLegacy, we are relentless in supporting everyone to live from his or her purpose and to have a life of no regrets. or more information, visit the website or call Lori Todd or Rob Katz 919-678-6000.    

About Covenant House Greater Washington
For over 24 years, CHGW has served the community in protecting, supporting, and transforming the lives of youth experiencing homelessness, disconnection, and exploitation. They have provided a safe harbor to one of the area’s most vulnerable populations. The programs and services offered to young people help them to get back on track in achieving housing, careers, and economic stability.

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