Jimmy Carter, A former President is 94 years old, which makes him the longest living President of the US. Carter joined forces with Habitat for Humanity, although he had to go through a surgery forced him to take a break. He has no intentions of giving up. The former President and his wife, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, intend to build 21 new houses in Nashville, Tennessee, as a spokeswoman for the Carter Center confirmed.

The former President jumped back on his feet just three months after breaking his hip in May 2019. He’s been a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity for 35 years. They build houses in the Park Preserve neighborhood of Nashville. Future Habitat homeowners, as well as other volunteers, also have a role in the process.

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter have lent a hand in the construction of over 4,300 homes in 14 countries since 1984. Before his injury, Carter took part in the 2018 Carter Work Project in Mishawaka, Indiana.

In 2015, Carter was diagnosed with cancer. Doctors noticed four spots of cancer on his brain. He was not given much time to live, but Carter did not give up.


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The Democrat was the 39th President from 1977 to 1981. He was a Georgia state senator and governor. Carter is a Nobel peace prize winner thanks to his work with the Carter Center and his criticism of wars. After retiring, Carter spends his time doing charity work.


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On World Humanitarian Day, we’d like join @habitatforhumanity in recognizing our own Habitat Humanitarians: former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, country music stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, and world-renowned construction and real estate experts Drew and Jonathan Scott. . . Thank you to them and all of our volunteers who raise awareness of the need for safe, affordable shelter as spokesmen, advocates and champions. . . ?: @habitatforhumanity . . #habitatforhumanity #blessings #giveback #volunteering #charity #activism #buildinghomes #affordablehousing #homeownership #volunteerspirit #volunteerwork #nonprofit #dogood #wheretoorlando #thisisorlando #osceolacounty #orlando #kissimmee #donate #advocate #homeisthekey #costofhome #habitatforhumanity #worldhumanitarianday #jimmycarter #rosalynncarter #garthbrooks #trishayearwood #drewscott #jonathanscott

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