Three Communities Accept the Challenge

The 21st Century Challenge

Meet the Simmons Family

Jimmy Carter Work Project 2003
Homeowner Stories
Meet the families who will be building their own houses with the help of volunteers during the 2003 Jimmy Carter Work Project. Read profiles of the new homeowners in all three cities. Learn about their living conditions, their hopes for the future and their excitement about working with Habitat for Humanity to gain a simple, decent place to live.
Anniston, Ala. families
Valdosta, Ga. families
LaGrange, Ga. families

Homeowner’s wish for volunteers:‘May God bless them abundantly’

'I feel like I'm blessed'--single father builds new home for himself, son

Thankful homeowner sees new house as ‘a miracle from God—and Habitat’

A family affair:
Everyone is pitching in to make room for change

Together again--Habitat home will reunite family

'A great experience' --Homeowner lends a hand as building begins

Weyerhauser employees Natasha Valach, left, and Liz Crossman, right, share a light moment with home partner Stephanie Doe of house #20 in Valdosta Wednesday.

"A place to come home to"

Space to spread out:
New home builds dreams for a bright future

Bring on the heat--Homeowner family looking forward to winter warmth

Future homeowner pictures safe, happy home for children

"I'm ready to move now!", Lela Chatman eagerly anticipates new home












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