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#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
#119 - 429 South Roosevelt Street - Mose Family
Sharif and Khadra have five children. They were referred to Habitat’s homeownership program from another Habitat family and are so excited to have an affordable and safe place to call home.
Owning a home means I am able to say “yes.” Yes, I’m a positive role model for my children. Yes, I’ll take responsibility for my children and my life. Yes, I’m worthy, dependable, and self-motivated. But most importantly, owning my home means saying, “I can.”
#120 - 1209 Chicago Street - Jimenez Family
Andres and Shaleen have six children, ranging from 19 years old to 2 years old. This family of eight currently resides in a 3-bedroom trailer full of mold and water damage and are ready to provide a safe, healthy home for their family.
We have always dreamed of providing a bigger, more spacious home for our children. We knew that the day would come and God would provide the opportunity. We are very grateful to be part of the Habitat for Humanity family now.