The Moncada Family is very grateful to be in the Habitat program, and they are excited to have their own home.
The Moncada’s living situation has been cramped as they have been sharing a duplex with a friend. The three of them have been sharing one bedroom for the past two years.
Getzel is a sweet girl who loves art and is happy she can help her family earn sweat equity hours by earning good grades in school. During the Habitat home visit Getzel brought out her piggy bank to show the committee members that she is saving money too.
The Moncada's are a Christian family that love God and are looking forward to having a peaceful life in their new home. When they found out they had been accepted into the Habitat program they said it felt too good to be true. “Habitat for Humanity is the best program I have ever experienced,” said Mario who encourages anyone who is thinking about volunteering with Habitat to, “please just do it, it’s a great program.”
Mario added, “Earning sweat equity has been a great learning experience.”
“We are building because we want to make our dreams come true.”