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Women's Basketball - Sat, Sep. 30, 2017

Jackson, Miss. - The Tougaloo College Lady Bulldogs' Basketball Team got hands dirty today off the court as they volunteered with Habitat for Humanity in Jackson, Miss.

Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a nonprofit ecumenical Christian organization serving the tri-county area of Hinds, Rankin and Madison counties for the past 30 years. HFHMCA partners with low-income families to provide safe, affordable and environmentally responsible homes and the educational tools needed to achieve fiscal stability. HFHMCA focuses on blighted properties and low-income neighborhoods where safe, clean, affordable housing is most needed and has targeted revitalization efforts in 10 such neighborhoods. Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.  Volunteers help HFHMCA keep construction costs down.  Without volunteers, HFHMCA could not partner with low income families to build and invest in affordable homes with a no-interest mortgage rate. 

Interim Head Coach Nicholas Judgeware decided to sign he and his girls up for a Saturday morning to help in this great cause helping others.  When asked why he decided Habitat for Humanity for this team, this is what Coach Judgeware had to say.  "I chose Habitat for Humanity because it is for a great cause and one of our goals as a team is to help those in need and to volunteer.  Also, Tougaloo requires all students for have 60 hours of community service and what way for my girls to collect hours than as a team.  This event showed the importance of teamwork and working together to accomplish a common goal.  I want my girls to know that teamwork doesn't just happen on the court, but in life in general.  I want my girls to be able to do more than an athlete, I want them to be STUDENT-athletes.  The girls had a great time and they were able to work together to get the job done and that's what TOUGALOO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL is all about."

 
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