Angie’s road to homeownership was challenging, but she walked it with grace and determination. Now it is time to celebrate with a home dedication! Although the King Family Home Dedication is a virtual event, the joy is still very real! We hope you join in the excitement by watching this video of the King family’s special day!

A Special Thanks to….

A huge “thank you” to the businesses, churches, organizations, donors and volunteers who helped make Angie’s dream of homeownership a reality! We could not have done it without them!

Corporate Sponsor

Gifts in Kind

Volunteers

First United Methodist Church of Richmond
Crossroads Church
Berea United Methodist Church
Habitat Board of Directors

Berea College Habitat for Humanity Chapter
The Catch Up Crew
Madison County Area Vo Tech
Eastern Kentucky University
AmeriCorps NCCC

And so many more volunteers who totaled:

77 Unique Volunteers
10 Churches Represented
~1400 Volunteer Hours

Angie’s Homeowner “Process”

Angelina King knew that building her Habitat home on Parish Avenue in Richmond would be a process. Clearing the land, pouring the foundation, enduring weather delays—it was all part of the plan. She expected, piece by piece, project by project, that her Habitat home would be built and that she would enjoy the process. Patience would be part of the home building process, but this wasn’t a problem for Angie. She was ready for it.

That is until March 2020 when the word “process” began to take on a whole new meaning.

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