Back at the end of May, DACC’s Building Technology Department donated this shed to Camp Hope. We have been trying rally support to help us finish the interior – insulation, drywall, the electrical, flooring, shelves, etc. and now we are fortunate to a have a carpenter residing in the camp with all of his own power tools. We are hoping to be able to get this finished before the weather gets too cold so that it can be used as an office and remain a sign-in station for camp guests and for the camp safety team. We also are planning to get solar installed so that this building can have its own power for the camp so residents can charge phones and computers and even make coffee and have a small heater for the winter.
David, our resident carpenter, has given us a list of basic materials he will need to finish off the interior, including:
3/4″ – 4’x8′ plywood,
5) 2×4 stud length,
1 roll R-13 wall insulation and 1 roll R-19 wall insulation
2 roof vents of exterior grade
12 sheets of 1/2″ drywall
1 box of drywall screws
If anyone thinks they can help out with these materials or even with the solar, please contact:
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Camp Outreach Coordinator
Mesilla Valley Community of Hope
999 West Amador Ave.
Las Cruces NM 88005
Mesilla Valley Community of Hope/ Abode, Inc.
999 W. Amador Ave.
Las Cruces, NM 88005
(575) 523-8684 fax