On May 10, 2012, Habitat for Humanity St. Louis dedicated new homes in Old North St. Louis and Ladue Horton Watkins High School Habitat for Humanity St. Louis Chapter president, Lila Greenberg was the featured speaker. The school’s faculty sponsor, Math Teacher Debra Carson, joined her at the dedication. The Chapter donated over $10,000 to Habitat as a result of being named runner-up in the Subway High School Heroes competition during the 2011-12 school year.
Ladue High School students have volunteered in Habitat’s ReStore, in Old North St. Louis and the Carondelet Neighborhood. The Ladue High School football team also volunteered in March, 2012 in Carondelet.
Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis is a not-for-profit, ecumenical housing ministry working in partnership with individuals and communities of all faiths to improve living conditions and provide affordable housing in the St. Louis community. With more than 313 homes already built in the area, Habitat has become one of the leading housing developers in the St. Louis metro area. According to the USGBC, Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis is the largest producer of LEED Certified Platinum single-family detached homes in the United States.