Habitat World Blog
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A muralist in San Angelo, Texas, uses her talents to brighten up the bedrooms of children moving into their families’ new Habitat homes.
The whole process of getting to know Habita’s partner families is a humbling reminder of just how much homeownership means to those who have never known it before.
Habitat volunteers, supporters and partner families have told us many ways they think of home. What about you? Let us know: What does home mean to you?
U.S. soldiers recovering from long-term injuries or illnesses volunteered with Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat. The opportunity allowed the soldiers to connect with their local community, while helping more families move closer to homeownership.
We came to the United States from Guadalajara, Mexico in search of a better life. My mother learned English and became a citizen three years ago, and my father is a legal resident. She is a housekeeper and he is an auto mechanic.
While Paraguay lies in the center of South America, it has never really been the center of many people’s radar. If it hadn’t been for the fact that I was born there, it probably wouldn’t ring a bell for me.
My friends and family call me Maggie. I lost both my parents to AIDS, so I live with my grandmother. And I live with my brother, Sankho, and my sister, Grace. We don’t have much at all. One dress is all the clothes I have. It was given to me a year ago for school.