Katrina Volunteer Project
In May 2006, then again in May 2007, Keil Design,
led by Gordon Keil, and 12 volunteers from Union Congregational
Church in Montclair flew to New Orleans to assist
with the clean up efforts after the Hurricane Katrina
all felt satisfied with our hard work and are
proud to have contributed our skills into the
rebuilding process," Gordon Keil
For one week, the volunteers worked with local relief
organizations to reconstruct several flood damaged
homes and a church, where they reconstructed the altar.
Gordon and his volunteers worked tirelessly demolishing
walls and removing soggy and moldy furnishing, installing
sheet-rock and spackling. "It was a significant project.
We all felt satisfied with our hard work and are proud
to have contributed our skills into the rebuilding
process," Gordon said about reconstructing the homes. "I look
forward to going back soon with even more volunteers
to be a part of the entire development of the area."
To view more pictures, visit Keil
Design Katrina Cleanup.