Kristina had first heard of Muncie Habitat through her sister Ashley, who had become a homeowner through the program. Kristina had fond memories of helping build Ashley’s house and seeing the community come together to create a home filled with love.
For months, Kristina has been working towards her dream of homeownership with Habitat. She has completed education courses, fulfilled 250 hours of sweat equity, and was financially prepared for homeownership. And now, all her hard work has paid off.
Kristina’s new home was not just a roof over her head but a symbol of hope, forward thinking, and goal setting. She was grateful for Habitat and everyone who had supported her along the way. She is excited to start the next chapter of her life in her beautiful new home.
“Being part of building my home means a lot to me. I’m ready because the education program taught me so much. I’m looking forward to moving in and decorating how I like!” she shared.
The bookcase filled with books, family activities, and games donated by Friends of Pat Botts was a reminder of the importance of family time and education in the safety and comfort of our homes.
Since its inception in 1986, Muncie Habitat for Humanity has provided new and improved housing opportunities for more than 260 families. We are always looking for new volunteers, partner families, and ways to put generous funds into action for local families.
Thank you to the George and Frances Ball Foundation for allowing us to borrow Maggie Manor to capture the dedication beautifully!
Generous funding support from the City of Muncie HOME funds.