Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter may have retired from public life, but their work with Habitat for Humanity will continue with help from their longtime friends and supporters Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. The couple will head up the Carter Work Project in 2023. According to Habitat for Humanity's website, the 2023 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project will take place as planned in Charlotte, North Carolina October 1-6. According to Southern Living, Garth and Trisha will lead a team of more than 1,000 volunteers in trying to build 27 affordable homes in that time. "Though we could never fill their shoes, we are so incredibly honoured to be given the opportunity to carry President and Mrs. Carter's legacy forward through the continuation of the Carter Work Project," Garth said. The Carters were supporters of Habitat for Humanity for 35 years and helped to build 4,390 homes in 14 countries. Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in Georgia on February 19th. Rosalynn Carter was diagnosed with dementia in May.