IOCC Helps Build Houses on the Gulf Coast
March 25, 2008 Length: 6:57
Almost three years after the hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast, families are still living in temporary housing. IOCC and Orthodox volunteers around the country have been building new homes in Louisiana as part of a special program to provide aid to the region. Listen now to one participant as she journeys to America's embattled Gulf Coast as part of an IOCC work team. If you want to be involved, call 1-877-803-IOCC or visit the IOCC website.
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