It’s true, children are the future; but for Cynea, her children are also her entire world. She marks the memory of becoming a mom as the happiest and most influential moment that made her the woman she is today. As the sole provider for her family, Cynea aims to supply all of her children’s needs; that includes a home of their own. Homeownership has always been a dream of hers and by partnering with Sumter Habitat for Humanity, it will soon become a reality.
We love to highlight our #volunteers because we know how special they truly are. Hilary understands the power of volunteering and she ceases every opportunity to give back. Every month, she organizes a group from Shaw Public Health to help build affordable homes in our Sumter community. There were so many things she could've spent her free time on yet she consistently chooses volunteering with Sumter Habitat for Humanity. We appreciate you and all you do for us and our partner families! A thousand thank you's would never be enough repayment for Hilary's continued support. Get to know her a bit more by reading about #WhySheServes!
When asked what owning a home means to them, Jonathan and his wife, Courtney, both replied, stability. For the Wilson's, homeownership is so much more than just having a place to lay your head at night, it's the beginning of a legacy. "Owning a house and being able to pass it down to our children shows them that the vision of owning a home is in their reach; essentially, it's the pivotal shift from house to home," said Courtney optimistically.
"When you outgrow a particular circumstance, the root of your growth will either die from stunt growth or be forced out to be replanted!
Growth: knowing the difference between complacency and convicted movement!"