IU House to Become Home: Habitat for Humanity House Is an Early Christmas Present

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IU House to Become Home: Habitat for Humanity House Is an Early Christmas Present

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Indiana family now has a home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity, Indiana University students & @WhirlpoolCorp http://bit.ly/2e9bvpy
Friday, October 14, 2016 - 8:05am

Twenty-eight-year-old Nettie Garza has three children. During the day, she manages the floral department at a local Kroger store. At night, she shares a bed with the kids in her own parents’ home.

But come December, Garza will have a bedroom of her own for the first time since she can remember, and so will her kids. Their new home is being made possible by a partnership between Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and Whirlpool Corp., through Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County.

Continue reading on Herald Times Online, or watch this video of the build on Herald Times Online HERE

 
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