Chatham Baptist Church continues the INASMUCH projects that were started on October 12th, along with many churches in the Danville and Pittsylvania County and beyond. Furniture that was given to the church by the Frank Thomas family following his death for the FREE Yard Sale was stored for a need from the community. Chatham Fire Department chief, Landon Worsham, had been contacted to inform him of the availability of the furniture, in case of a fire where a family might need the items.
On Tuesday, the church donated the furniture to Habitat for Humanity to be available in their store at 503 Hughes Street in Danville. Two men who pick up donated items came to the Haskins farm in the Whittles community where the furniture was stored since October. Pastor of Chatham Baptist Church, Chuck Warnock and Eleanor Haskins, Chairmen of the church project, were there when the furniture was loaded onto the trailer of Habitat for Humanity. These items will be for sale at the store, which is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 12:30 and Thursdays from 4 to 7. The building plan for 2014 is to focus on homes in the neighborhood around the Habitat office and ReStore.