Moses family celebrates their new Habitat for Humanity home

Moses family celebrates their new Habitat for Humanity home

The Moses family celebrate getting the keys to their home, the 29th built by Ottawa County Habitat for Humanity. Savanah and Eddie Moses stand on the porch of their new home with children Aniyah, Journee and Kyler.

ELMORE – Habitat for Humanity of Ottawa County devoted its newest household, the 29th it has crafted, with a ceremony on Thursday for the new homeowners, Savanah and Eddie Moses and their 3 young children. The perseverance ceremony welcomed the family members to their Ames Avenue residence with a blessing, presentation of the keys, a flag, a closing prayer, and a home tour.

The Moses family members applied for the plan immediately after listening to about the application from a spouse and children close friend, and in July they took portion in making their residence alongside with Habitat for Humanity crews.

Debi Heiks, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Ottawa County, welcomes the Moses family to their new home on Ames Street in Elmore on Thursday.

“It was an easy approach, filling out the application, generally because most people was so remarkable and explained to us what we required to get permitted,” Savanah Moses said. “This entire course of action was astounding, and we in fact constructed this house.”

The Moses relatives ordered the dwelling from Habitat with a zero-interest financial loan, but nonetheless will have to shell out the house loan each individual month. The capacity to fork out a home loan was 1 of the skills that experienced to be satisfied, alongside with needing a household. Some Habitat for Humanity recipients had been living in poorly crafted properties, less than harmful conditions, or with damaged or insufficient housing.