Sunday May 18, 2014
Thanks to generous donations of time and resources by Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle, its dedicated volunteers and companies like Dan Ryan Builders and Mountain View Solar, Joseph and Wanda Goode and their four sons will be able to move into their new, energy-efficient home next month.
An affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, HFHEP works with families throughout Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties to provide them with affordable houses.
"Our goal is to build strong families one house at a time," said Ed Grove, president of the board of directors and CEO of HFHEP.
The nonprofit organization approved the Goodes to purchase the home with a zero-interest, 20- to 30-year mortgage. The family signed the contract with HFHEP for their new home March 13. Read more here