A group of FSU students teamed up with the city of Tallahassee and nonprofits to repair homes Saturday.
They gave up their Saturday to repair the house of two who are wheelchair dependent and can't do it themselves.
They fixed the bathtub, kitchen faucet, windows, built a wheelchair ramp and more.
"Our main goal is to help people with disabilities and integrate students with people who do have disabilities and were very hands on with volunteering," said Malorie Johnson, FSU Student and Hands of Hope member.
To find out how to apply for free house repairs of your own, go to www.fullercenter.org.