Genesee County Habitat for Humanity has been working in the Grand Traverse neighborhood for the past few years. They started a Brush with Kindness to provide services such as painting, landscaping, weather stripping and minor repair services for low-income homeowners in need. Tomorrow, Ross Medical Education Center in Flint will be working with the organization to help complete one of their projects.

Students and staff, along with one of the homeowners in the Grand Traverse neighborhood will paint and replace backyard deck boards and other things that need to be done on the exterior of the home, according to a press release. This is just one of many projects Ross Medical Education Center is involved with.

Habitat for Humanity is hoping to complete five Brush with Kindness projects by the end of the year while they finished three last year. The home they're working on tomorrow is on Stockton Street if you would like to stop by and help.