The House that Faith Built
Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth is proud to announce that it will be launching a new crowdfunding campaign, The House that Faith Built, to help raise funds for the affiliate’s 42nd new home build in the service area. The campaign is an interfaith faith based fundraising project that engages the faith community from across the service area to raise funds needed to help the Quezada family obtain their dream of homeownership.
The Quezada family is a family of three that emigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic over 18 years ago in search of a better life. The family currently resides in a modest one bedroom apartment in Freehold, NJ. The head of the household George is a hard working man that has held down multiple jobs since coming to the United States to support his mom and his niece, a freshman at Freehold Township High School.
The project is the first traditional home for Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County, the newly merged affiliate serving northeast and western Monmouth, encompassing approximately 83% of the county and first since Hurricane Sandy hit the area in 2012. In addition to receiving a zero interest mortgage on their new home, the Quezada’s will put in “sweat equity”, an investment hours in time and labor, that all of our new families contribute as a partner in the program.
For more information on the campaign and to see ways you can support the Quezada family visit http://share.habitat.org/quezadahome