2019 Habitat Board of Directors Build with the Anderson Family
A team fundraising campaign for Habitat for Humanity Greater Birmingham.
About This Campaign
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This home is being constructed in partnership with Falan Anderson and her two children. Ms. Anderson is a Birmingham native and the proud mom of Kaleah, who attends Fairfield High Preparatory School and KaDerious, who attends C.J. Donald Elementary School. Kaleah is an honor student and member of the national Junior Beta Club. KaDerious is a wonderful math student who received a medal for obtaining the highest math score in his grade.
Ms. Anderson attended Ensley High School and Alabama State University. She holds associate degrees from Lawson State Community College in Building Construction and Business Administration. She was named Lawson’s Miss Building Construction in 2014 and was inducted into Phi Beta Lambda and Kappa Beta Delta honor societies respectively. She plans to continue her education and complete undergraduate and graduate degrees in business.
Ms. Anderson believes owning a home will add to her family’s sense of freedom, security and stability. She is looking forward to watching her children enjoy their home and neighborhood without the threat of violence or crime. She and her family are grateful to the supporters and volunteers building her home. Her family attends Faith Chapel Christian Center in Birmingham.
raised of $28,750 goal
Location / Venue
- 3229 Pine Creek Loop
- Bessemer, AL 35022
- Apr 11, 2019 08:00 am to
- May 21, 2019 03:00 pm
Campaign to Support Habitat for Humanity Greater Birmingham
Habitat Birmingham builds and repairs homes in partnership with low-to-moderate income families to support affordable housing and disaster recovery needs in Jefferson, Shelby, Walker, and St. Clair counties.
Houses are not given away;
Zero percent financing is offered to qualified families for new and repaired homes;
Applicants qualify based on three criteria: (1) need for quality, affordable housing; (2) willingness to partner with Habitat Birmingham (minimum 300 “sweat equity” hours and 10 hours of home ownership education workshops); and, (3) ability to repay a no interest mortgage;
$85,000 is the average cost of new house construction (including land);
$500 is the average monthly mortgage payment (varies based on house size, taxes, etc.);
Families are required,and the general public is welcome, to attend education and repair workshops instructed by volunteers with expertise in financial planning, insurance, etc.;
Ranks in top 15 out of more than 1,400 Habitat affiliates in the US by Habitat for Humanity International;
Recognized as top 15 home builders in the Birmingham area by the Birmingham Business Journal (ranked by number of building permits).