TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Some volunteers spent part of their Friday giving back to the community.
It was all part of 'Serve the Valley.'
Serve the Valley is a United Way of the Wabash Valley initiative.
We caught up with some of the volunteers from Union Hospital.
They built a shed at a Habitat for Humanity home.
"It helps the community, and when you help the community, you help yourself, you help your neighbors, and it feels good," volunteer Casey Jacobs-Campbell told us.
The United Way partnered with the Maryland Community Church for the event.
If you would like to volunteer, you can contact the agency at 812-235-6287.
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