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THIS WEEK: Four families will open the door to their new Habitat Homes throughout Pinellas and West Pasco

By September 25, 2023No Comments

Clearwater, FL – Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties will welcome four families to their new homes this week. The first home dedication will be on Tuesday morning in St. Petersburg. Then, on Friday, there will be three home dedications – two in New Port Richey and one in Dunedin. Each family has earned the keys to their newly constructed Habitat Home after completing the Habitat homeownership program, which consists of 32 homebuyer education classes and putting in between 350-450 sweat equity hours. These families also earn a zero-interest mortgage that will ensure affordability throughout the life of each of their home loans.

The Worrils Family will receive the keys to their new home on Tuesday, September 26th, at 9:00 a.m. in St. Petersburg. Kierra Worrils is looking forward to having a safe and affordable place for her two children, Da’Marieon (8) and Da’Sunni (4), to call home. U.S. Representative Kathy Castor (14th District of Florida) will attend and welcome the family to their new home. 

“My kids won’t have to ever worry about having their own space again,” said Kierra. “The new home represents more than just a physical space; it symbolizes generational wealth and a new chapter in their lives. It’s a stepping stone towards a brighter future and a path filled with new opportunities.”

The Worrils Family Home was made possible thanks to Habitat’s Pinellas Community Partnerships.

On Friday, September 29th, Habitat will welcome three families to their new homes in New Port Richey and Dunedin.

The Searles Family will celebrate the completion of their journey through the Habitat homeownership program with a home dedication at 9:00 a.m. at 9123 Maynard Ave., New Port Richey. Mom, April is excited to have a permanent residence that her son, Gaven (21), and twin daughters, Avery (14) and Zoey (14), will always be able to come home to and build generational wealth. Their home was made possible thanks to Habitat’s Pasco Community Partnerships. 

The Hall Family will begin their next chapter when they stand on the porch of their new home at 10:00 a.m. at 7923 Leota Lane, New Port Richey. For mom Crystal, this home will be “life-changing” for her and daughters Tajina’e (14) and Cori’auna (8). This home will represent the end to generational poverty and the start of financial independence. Their home was made possible thanks to Habitat’s Pasco Community Partnerships. 

The Calderon-Toro Family wraps up an inspirational day when they become homeowners in Dunedin. Their home dedication celebration is at Noon at 338 JFK St., Dunedin. This husband and wife duo, Robert and Illiam, are anxious to move in and finally provide a stable home for daughters Layla (10) and Jolayli (8). Their home was made possible thanks to Habitat’s Pinellas Community Partnerships. 

Media are invited to attend events. Please contact Morgan Brochetti for additional information at 727-536-4755 ext. 203.

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