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.”