Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County (HFHSC) partner family members Kyla Overby and Tim Anders are working alongside 2017 Central Illinois Presbyterian Habitat for Humanity Build and Community Supporters volunteers to realize their homeownership dreams as the 106th family to successfully complete the program.
Build kickoff will be Sunday, April 9th at 2 pm, at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 533 S Walnut St, in Springfield. The home will be handicap accessible and built by volunteers, community supporters, and 12 local Presbyterian churches. Once completed, Kyla and Tim will make monthly mortgage payments through a zero interest no-profit loan. These mortgage payments will help Habitat build more houses in Sangamon County.
More than 300 volunteers are expected to participate in the project over the next four months. Central Illinois Presbyterian Churches and community supporters building house #106 include: Buffalo Hart Presbyterian Church-Williamsville; Central Presbyterian Church-Petersburg; Chatham Presbyterian Church-Chatham; Farmingdale Presbyterian Church-Peasant Plains; Federated Church Carlinville; First Presbyterian Church-Springfield; First Presbyterian Church-Virden; Greenview United Church and United Presbyterian-Greenview; Hope Presbyterian Church-Springfield; Indian Point United Presbyterian-Athens; Third Presbyterian Church-Springfield; Westminster Presbyterian Church-Springfield; Wells Fargo Mortgage; City of Springfield; University of Illinois at Springfield; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 193; Duggins Design Center; Dick Van Dyke Appliance World; Vendor Fair participants organized by Kyla Overby and Tim Anders; Illinois
For more information about Habitat for Humanity Sangamon County or to join efforts to eliminate poverty housing in Sangamon County, call 217.523.2710.