Alabama & Northwest Florida Unit

Welcome to the Alabama & Northwest Florida Unit.

Current need in Mt. Vernon, Alabama
What: Hurricane Zeta damaged multiple roofs in the Mowa Choctaw Tribe in Mt. Vernon, AL. MDS has been asked to replace 35 roofs before Hurricane season 2021 begins. Many of the roofs are at the end of their life and will not survive another storm.
When: July and August 2021
How Many: Up to 10 volunteers, with at least 2 skilled roofers that can help provide leadership. Groups must bring their cook as well. (7 workers, 3 leadership)
Who to contact: Roland Stutzman, AL/NWFL Unit Chair for scheduling or additional questions, roland.stutzman@gmail.com, or 205-855-9880

Quick Stats

Alabama & Northwest Florida Unit Officers

Unit Chair – Roland Stutzman

Unit Director – Mike Dillaber

Unit Vice Chair – Chad King

Unit Secretary – Mary Schrock

Unit Treasurer – Jane Slabaugh

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