Habitat for Humanity leaders have announced that Detroit has been selected as a host site for the 22nd annual Jimmy Carter Work Project, to be held June 19 through 24 this year.

Former U.S. President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter, along with his wife, Rosalynn, will join an estimated 3,000 volunteers from the United States and around the world in the cities of Detroit and Benton Harbor, Mich., as they build houses in partnership with families in need.

Walls & Ceilings, along with other BNP Media publications, will be helping all week in Detroit for this build.

In other Habitat news, the executive committee of the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity International today announced the departure of founder president Millard Fuller and his wife, co-founder Linda Fuller, as reported in a press release issued the organization.

Paul Leonard, who has served as chief executive officer since last fall, will continue to lead the organization while a search committee identifies and selects a permanent successor to Millard Fuller.