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Pitt-Greensburg Habitat for Humanity Spring Break 2023

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Pitt-Greensburg Habitat for Humanity Spring Break 2023

On Saturday, March 4, 2023, 25 Pitt-Greensburg students, alumni, and staff members will load up into two vans and drive to Franklin, Tennessee for this year’s alternative spring break trip. It will be the 19th consecutive year that Pitt-Greensburg students will travel south to help build homes with Habitat for Humanity.

We will be working with the Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury affiliate, which builds about 10-16 homes per year for local partner families. We will spend our week building simple, decent, affordable housing with this local affiliate. Monday we will spend the day on an excursion to Nashville which is about 30 minutes north of Franklin. Tuesday through Friday, we will spend 6-8 hours per day working on a home with a local partner family. We will be doing a variety of tasks throughout the week. Our group of 25 volunteers will provide 700-800 hours of service while in Tennessee!

Where will your donation go?

There are many expenses that our group will incur on the trip. They include:

  • Daily meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) for 25 people x 8 days
  • Van rentals and gas for the 1,256-mile round trip and transportation to and from the work site each day
  • Program fees
  • Lodging
  • Work site supplies, such as gloves, etc.


Who is going on this year’s trip?

Consider donating in honor of one of the students attending this year’s trip!

  • Maddie Wysocki (president)
  • Jaden Myers (vice president/trip leader)
  • Maura May (treasurer)
  • Hank Polley (building chair)
  • Brian Root (advisor)
  • Quoc Vo (alumnus)
  • Dijon Henderson (alumnus)
  • Brooke Henderson (alumna) 
  • Jacob Myers (alumnus)
  • Steeve Djomo
  • John Tomasic
  • Nichole Weinman
  • Trinity Wills
  • Kelsey Bayus
  • Imani West
  • Kelci Sopko
  • Emma Jones
  • Will Ritz
  • Breanna Tomsey
  • Lydia Alexandroff
  • Monroe Harris
  • Alison Ziegler
  • Sarah Luffy
  • Caraline Galanti
  • Ceili Schiller


Contributions received for this project shall be used in accordance with the purpose described herein, the terms in the FAQs and applicable law. For questions that cannot be answered in the FAQs, please call 412-648-4658 or email

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