Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley would like to introduce the Ramos-Gasca family: Parents-Arturo and Sara, Daughters-Brianna and Jessica, ages 15 and 12, are both actively involved in sports and after-school programs. Arturo works for John Mills Concrete and has been employed with them for over a decade. Sara has recently recovered from a medical condition that was a major setback to the family. Despite all this, they continued to pay their bills and responsibly handle their finances. We proud to partner with this family because they have regularly demonstrated amazing resilience and are ready to move into homeownership.
Currently, this family is paying $900 a month for inadequate and unsafe shelter. In this residence, one room has become completely uninhabitable due to severe mold issues. In the winter poor circuitry and poor insulation push utility to bills into hundreds of dollars each month. With their new Habitat home, they will have brand new five-star energy rated appliances that will result in affordable utility bills.
Join us this Saturday, February 3, 2018, at 1012 Alexis Lane North in Keizer, at 10 a.m. to celebrate the home dedication for the Ramos-Gasca family, and the beginning of a new chapter of homeownership.