Members of the 2012-2013 Benedictine College women's basketball team participated in Habitat for Humanity this past weekend.
The Lady Ravens helped build a home for a family in need in the Kansas City, Kan., area and spent all day Saturday working together to give back to the community.
"It was a great experience to help a family in need," said senior Kelsey Anselmi.
Since the creation of the NAIA's Champions of Character program, the Raven Athletic Department has consistently been named a Five-Star Institution.
Getting involved in projects like Habitat for Humanity fits the core values of Benedictine College and the Champions of Character program, which embraces the five core character values of respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership, and sportsmanship.
Habitat for Humanity is an organization that builds "simple, decent, affordable" homes all over the world for people that desperately need them.