Teachers Deserve Affordable Housing

As a 7th grade teacher at Mansfield Middle School for the past thirteen years, Elizabeth is no stranger to hard work, patience, and resilience. But Elizabeth, Cesar, and their four teenaged [...]

What Home Means to Ariel and Ana Karina

Both originally from Sinaloa in Mexico, they’re looking forward to a better life for their family. “We experienced violence in Culiacán and we didn’t want that for our children,” says Ana Karina. [...]

Richard & Kaitlin’s Story

Growing up Richard moved over 20 times with his family. But he wanted something else for his children. Richard had known about Habitat for Humanity a long time and had even volunteered for [...]