The Eagles Juniors recently volunteered to help build a home for Habitat for Humanity. The Eagles reported to Skinner Drive in Raleigh and worked in the construction of a home being built by Habitat for Humanity. Habitat helps families who do not have a place to live and an opportunity to own a home. There are 1.6 billion people in the world who do not have adequate shelter. Habitat is involved in neighborhood revitalization, disaster relief, and financial education for people who go into home ownership. So it is a worthy cause for our community and the Eagles Juniors were grateful to be a part of helping out.
The Eagles visited the Shephard Youth Ranch for Kids recently to help prepare for an upcoming event. The Youth Ranch helps children of abuse, autism, and mental and emotional problems through horse therapy and riding. They have had over 20,000 children in the Wake County area take part at the ranch and the Eagles worked to get the Ranch ready, cleaning out stalls, and cleaning up the fields and fixing fences and walking and feeding the horses. They were getting the ranch ready for the Manes and Tails day on Sunday the 30th. “It is a special thing to see how giving back to our community helps our young men realize and appreciate what they have,” stated Lincoln Flagg the Eagles Head Coach and GM.