Keisha Baker and her family participated in the building of her new home today Saturday.
The three bedroom, two bathroom house is being sponsored by Capital Eurocars and Crown Automotive Group.
Baker and her family were required to do 400 community service hours in order to be consider for a home.
"Over the course of three years we've just been volunteering helping out on other builds, Keisha Baker, Homeowner, said. "So it's really giving back and then at the end your ultimately blessed with a home that God has put to where you can afford it and not have to be superbly pressed about paying your bills, paying a high mortgage."
This is actually the second home in the Callen neighborhood that habitat has built.
Habitat For Humanity Press Release
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (October 5, 2013) -- Habitat's next homeowner, Keshia Baker and her family, will participate in the building of her new home beginning Saturday, October 5th, 8:00 am at 1336 Victoria Street.
The three bedroom/two bath home is being sponsored by Capital Eurocars and Crown Automotive Group and is the second Habitat home built in the Callen Neighborhood.
We look forward to seeing you there in support of our newest Habitat homeowner and in support of Habitat's mission, building safe, decent and affordable homes for those in need.
Big Bend Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit ecumenical ministry dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing and homelessness in Leon and Gadsden Counties.