Habitat for Humanity visited campus Thursday, September 18, to remove useful items from Bud Robinson Building such as sinks, doors, cabinets, toilets, cabinet covers, etc.
All of these items will go to the Habitat for Humanity Home Stores, where they will be sold to finance the building of homes for needy families. Last year, $1.2 million was sold out of donated items. This money will also go to pay the salaries of those who work with Habitat for Humanity, who in Nashville alone, often supervise 15 builds in one week.
Trevecca is donating these items to allow for the demolition of the inside of Bud Robinson Building. Once this step is completed, the University will be one step closer to the new Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service.