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Project Tool Kit ™


Participants of the I.A.A.Y Construction Workshops; are rewarded with an extra incentive at the completion of the 7 week instruction period. A tool box filled with tools that can be used to make needed repairs to their home. The tool box promotes the likelihood that participants will continue newly learn skills.

Help today, give someone a hand. Sponsor a student with $50 for tool box supplies.
You can donate: hammers, measuring tapes, chalk lines, tool boxes, tool aprons, drywall screw drivers, pliers, utility knives, or power tools.
Tools can be donated by shipping or bringing them to:
Tri-Coastal Community Outreach

10520 Hwy 188
Grand Bay, Al 36541
Contact: Carolyn Thompson
251- 865-9731 Or 228-623-0017      


Learning to lay a foundation for an outside freezer and a storage building. People can use these instructions when rebuilding after hurricanes or tornado's. Learning how to do so many of the skills taught by Tri-Coastal Community Outreach saves not only money, because they have learned to do it themselves, it also gives peace of mind, knowing that they can help rebuild their homes and communities.

Taking turns learning to use power tools to build walls for the storage unit that we laid the foundation for.

Learning how to construct the walls for the storage shed. All these skills can be used to rebuild or repair homes in the community.



Teaching people how to replace a leaking washer or pipe helps them to realize just how much they can do on their own.


Changing a light fixture, or fixing a plug-in that has been cracked, teaching the simple skills.


IAAY teaches people the foundations of using simple skills to build a community.



Tri-Coastal Community Outreach.
10520 Hwy 188, Grand Bay, Alabama 36541