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#116 - 906 Waverly Place - Christiansen/Brown Family
"My name is Sara Christiansen and I am a single mom to three beautiful girls. My oldest daughter, Madison is 20 and lives on her own. I have two younger daughters, Maleah (7), and Miya (4). I work full-time and once the house is built, I will be going back to school part-time to pursue my bachelor’s degree in accounting. I have always wanted to provide my children with a home that was truly ours. We’ve lived in our fair share of apartments and while no matter where we are together it is home. I’ve always wanted to give my girls more. Supporting them on one income has always been a struggle, but I’ve done it. Being able to let them play in a yard and ride their bikes would be a dream come true to them. Being able to provide them with a home is so important to me. It means that I will be able to provide them with a home that we can make our own, a place to make memories and build traditions, a place that we can be proud of because we helped build it. I want to give them what I was fortunate enough to have growing up, a house to call home." - Sara Christiansen
#117 - 1146 S. Greenwood Avenue - Hernandez Family
Karleen has three children, Nayleen, who has autism, and twins Angel and Minelys. She moved to the US from Puerto Rico 10 years ago, and moved to Green Bay in 2012 to be closer to family. She's currently an accounting student and enjoys spending time with her family.
Thanks to God everyday for a new day and blessing me with three awesome kids. I want to provide a place for them. - Karleen Hernandez
#118 - 1655 Debra Lane - Moua/Thao Family
This family of seven was living with Kou's family in a very overcrowded home. Kou and Mai had dreams of a bigger place with space for their young children. They wanted something that was truly their for their kids to grow up in. They're so excited to be partnering with Habitat!
As a family, our hopes and goals are to grow and appreciate each other. Owning a home means everything to our family, because we have worked hard for this dream of becoming homeowners. - Kou Moua & Mai Thao