The following is an excerpt from the official Habitat for Humanity web page,
“Housing instability — including frequent moves, overcrowding, and the threat of eviction or foreclosure — creates stress, depression and hopelessness for far too many families…A decent and affordable place to live helps families by freeing them from such physical and mental hardships and placing them on a path of new opportunity and increased confidence and self-reliance. A family’s partnership with Habitat means they have a stable place to live and to spend time together. An affordable mortgage or small loan means they have a chance to create savings and invest in their education. A decent roof over their heads establishes home as a place that protects — instead of endangering their health.”
On May 12, 2017, over seventy of our Heritage Central Indiana employees came together to participate in a Habitat for Humanity panel build. We worked along side of the deserving family that will one day receive the home that we started. Within a few hours, the house began to take it’s form in our Morris Street parking lot. No matter the experience level, everyone came together and worked diligently, making it a memorable event that will continue throughout the years.
Want to see a short film capturing this day? Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6a55t3BkQ0
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Our 12th annual Habitat for Humanity Build
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