CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
, March 18, 2020
/PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- With vision and commitment anything is possible, even in the time of COVID-19. WorldLegacy's NC181 Leadership Team, based in Chapel Hill, NC
will provide everything necessary for the Masonic Home for Children in Oxford, NC
to have an extreme makeover of the boy's living quarters. Originally, eleven people from all over the world were going to paint eight bedrooms and create a fully functional and beautiful game room and a storage room during the weekend of March 20
– 22nd, 2020. In addition, the team was donating new bedding for the bedrooms, all the paint, new window treatments, ceiling tiles, gaming equipment, furniture, TVs, shelving, and inspirational art work for each room. This project was driven by a vision to leave a lasting gift to these children and have them get that they matter.
When WorldLegacy received the call that the MHCO was closed to non-essential people, the administration assumed the project would be cancelled. Throughout their Leadership training, NC181 Leadership experienced achieving "impossible results" and how a great team can have a huge impact on the lives of others. Obstacles are just opportunities to play an even bigger game. The project was not cancelled. NC181 Leadership chose to complete everything required for the extreme makeover by March 22nd
, except for painting the rooms and final installation of the furnishings. In addition, the team chose to raise $5000.00
so that MHCO can hire painters when the Home is reopened.
WorldLegacy NC181 Leadership has a vision of a connected world filled with responsible and courageous people. They are committed to a world where children grow up believing in possibility and that they matter. This weekend, without any of the children knowing, a team of angels will be preparing for a future surprise. NC181 Leadership is committed to creating a space where children, who cannot live with their biological families, feel like they are valuable, are loved, and have a home.
WorldLegacy is committed to maintaining standards of excellence for its Legacy Leadership Projects, that are part of every leadership class. WorldLegacy has been operating for more than twenty years and trains at least seven leadership programs each year. Over the years, WorldLegacy has donated more than $3,455,000
in cash, contributions and labor through the projects. This project is the culmination of WorldLegacy's three-month transformational leadership program. What makes the projects unique is that the WorldLegacy Leadership team must completely design the project from start to finish, involve the community to be partners, complete it in three days or less and cannot use any of their own money,
The WorldLegacy NC181 Leadership Team asks for your partnership to make this project possible. Please go to their funding page and donate money for the actual painting of the facility. If you cannot donate money, then create love and possibility in your community, so people in our world don't live in fear and scarcity during these times.
The team and MCHO will have a virtual ribbon cutting in the future and celebrate and honor all donors and leaders who gave of their time, talents and resources to make the project a success.
About WorldLegacy: WorldLegacy in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
offers a curriculum of transformational leadership programs and accelerated coaching for people committed to creating extraordinary results, having a meaningful life, and impacting the world. For over 20 years, WorldLegacy has been attracting students from all over the world. WorldLegacy is relentless in supporting everyone to live from his or her purpose and to have a life without regrets. For more information, visit our website or contact the WorldLegacy Directors, Dr. Lori Todd
or Dr. Rob Katz
for more information at 919-678-6000.
About the Masonic Home for Children in Oxford
: MHCO exists to help children who need a stable, caring and loving home. Their vision is to teach, guide, and nurture children to choose his or her own path in life. MHCO is state licensed and uses a family-living model to provide children (from infant to young adulthood) with individual living spaces and essentials needed for daily living.