What a safe & secure house means in a pandemic

What a safe & secure house means in a pandemic

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Home, a small word that has taken on an even more critical role in today’s new world.  As our state faces stay at home orders, never has a safe, decent affordable home had more meaning to our families.

As we go through this crisis, we have been reaching out to our program families to assure them that Habitat is still here and ready to meet their needs for housing and speaking with our current homeowners to check-in on how they are coping with this situation.
Yesterday, we had the honor of speaking with Brandi Hussmann.  Brandi is the homeowner of our 25th Anniversary home located on Greene Street and has been in her home about a year and a half now.
Like all of us, Brandi is following the stay at home orders with her four children.  Changes for her family have been dramatic.

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” Before this, we were busy doing life now we are busy spending time together.”

We are so grateful for the support of the Beaufort Community.  Your support has allowed us to provide 52 homes to low-income families in northern Beaufort County.  Only with your support will we be able to continue our mission of providing families the hand up to homeownership.
Ways to support LowCountry Habitat for Humanity:
  • Pray for our mission and our families
  • Donate to our Coronavirus Family Assistance Fund online or by check.
  • Save donations for the ReStore
  • Help us spread our mission by following, liking and sharing our Facebook posts.
Even now, YOU can make a difference in the lives of families in Beaufort.
Thank you for your continued support.
Many blessings to you and your family for a wonderful albeit different Easter Holiday.
From all of us at LowCountry Habitat for Humanity
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