Volunteer With Us
Upcoming Build Days
Our builds are hard physical labor days that require anywhere from 3-5 hours of your time, but you can come and go at your leave. If you have any power tools, carpentry tools, wheelbarrows, or equipment that you think would be useful you are more than welcome to bring them along!
Actual locations of builds will be shared in further communications once volunteers sign-up.
ASAF Sgt. Tony Walker
Anthony Walker is a multifaceted individual with a rich background that encompasses both military service and a diverse career path. Born into a life of service, Anthony dedicated 13.5 years of his life to the United States Air Force, where he rose to the rank of Sergeant. His commitment to the Air Force reflects not only his dedication but also his passion for excellence. During his military tenure, Anthony pursued academic achievements, earning almost an associate degree in airframe and power plant, showcasing his technical proficiency in aviation. Simultaneously, he pursued an associate degree in computer science, demonstrating his versatility and adaptability in the evolving landscape of technology. After his honorable service in the Air Force, Anthony transitioned into the civilian workforce, bringing his skills to the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority. There, he embarked on a different journey, working on trains and contributing to the efficient operation of public transportation. This phase of his career not only showcased his ability to adapt to diverse environments but also highlighted his dedication to public service. Five years later, Anthony decided to return to his roots, moving back to Tennessee. In his quest for continued public service, he joined the United States Postal Service (USPS) as a clerk. His attention to detail and organizational skills made him a valuable asset to the USPS, where he played a crucial role in the smooth functioning of postal operations. However, life took an unexpected turn for Anthony in 2010. Faced with the challenges of sustaining multiple injuries, he made the difficult decision to take disability. This transition marked a new chapter in his life, where resilience and determination became paramount. Despite the physical setbacks, Anthony continued to demonstrate strength and adaptability in the face of adversity. Family has been a cornerstone of Anthony’s life, evident in his relationships and the legacy he has built. Out of his marriages, he is a father to five children, each contributing to the tapestry of his life. Even as he faced personal and professional challenges, Anthony remained devoted to his family, fostering a supportive and nurturing environment. Today, Anthony finds fulfillment in the love and support of his family, with one of his children still residing at home. His journey reflects a tapestry woven with threads of service, adaptability, and a commitment to both personal and professional growth. Anthony Walker’s story is one of resilience, embodying the spirit of a dedicated servicemember and a devoted family man.
Want to Volunteer?
Thank you for your interest in our mission! Please fill out the sign-up form and choose which date(s) you would like to volunteer. We will reach out with more information closer to the build date.
Are you part of a large group looking for a project to serve the community?
We are looking for a group of volunteers (preferably with experience in carpentry or building) to partner with us and assist in building for every project.