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Michele’s Letter

“Hello. My name is Michele. My son and I are currently living in low-income housing (apartment). My son is 6 years old. I made the decision to move into low-income housing for two reasons. The first was that I was not able to afford the rent at my previous residence. The second was to save money to get a house. I have been able to save money, but unfortunately, not near enough.

The Robinson Family Story

When God is the Lord of your life, He often asks you to do something that requires a leap of faith. When we agree with God it is easy to take that leap forward. When the request requires us to face a painful truth, we would rather not. Michael and Tierra Robinson had...

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Dorchester Habitat Welcomes Newest Homeowner in SC!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Rezinda White's Story; Talking the Talk?  You had Better be Walking the Walk! You have to walk the walk if you are going to talk the talk. If we want to set a good example as parents and stand on principals instead of taking the...

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Our 49th Homeowner! – Natasha Speller

Just a few short weeks before she receives the keys to her new Habitat home on March 8th, Natasha Speller sits down to talk to us about her family and shares her story with the Dorchester Habitat for Humanity community. Natasha’s experience with Habitat began when a...

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