SUNY Oneonta Habitat for Humanity club serves over spring break
Twelve members of SUNY Oneonta's Habitat for Humanity club spent their spring break building houses in Vero Beach, Florida. The students worked closely with the Indian River Habitat for Humanity, helping build and refurbish homes and volunteer in any way they could. They also spent time at the "ReStore," where they organized, moved and sold at a discount items that had been donated. Habitat for Humanity members took over the SUNY Oneonta Snapchat for a day to give their peers an inside look at their work.