Bolling to build Habitat home in El Salvador

Patricia Hall BollingPatricia Hall Bolling, a security officer with the University Police, will travel to El Salvador this July with Habitat for Humanity.

Bolling, who received her own Habitat home in November of 2011, said, “I am very excited to give back to help another worthy family to become a homeowner.”

The group will spend nine days in Santa Ana, El Salvador, leaving on July 20. While there, they will help build a decent and affordable home for a family that is presently living in substandard and often unhealthy conditions.

This year’s trip will be the third consecutive trip to El Salvador, a country to which the Habitat for Humanity Forsyth County tithes a portion of their donations.

Bolling said: “I am delighted to participate in building a home for a worthy family in El Salvador with an organization that does so much good in the community.”