Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity is building foundations to prepare families for the future through homeownership.
Southern Crescent Habitat’s Impact on our families
Growing up in a decent, affordable home can have a powerful effect on children. Studies draw a straight line between the quality, location, and affordability of housing and a child’s ability to thrive. Families who spend too much of their income on housing often must make critical trade-offs, including forgoing educational and enrichment opportunities for themselves and their children. Through our mission of bringing affordable, safe housing to families they are able to give their children these opportunities.
Not only are we celebrating homeownership month and the over 200 families that achieved their dream of homeownership through our program, but we celebrate our SCHFH graduates. Their educational achievements are a testament to the mission of Habitat and the hard work of our partner families. Congratulations to all of our ’22 graduates! This is only the beginning of your endeavors and we can’t wait to see what is in your future. The sky’s the limit!
Congrats to our 2022 Graduates! See them below
Kendrick Marshall: Mundy’s Mill High School ’22 | The University of West Georgia College | Culinary Arts
Shakilya Dorsey : Mercer University ’22 | Bachelor’s in Education
Zachary Simms: Jonesboro High School ’22 | Georgia Military College
Khali Burney: Stockbridge High School ’22 | Technical School
Ta’Nya Black : Lovejoy High School ’19 | Nursing School ’22
Indya Black : Lovejoy High School ’22 | Bethune-Cookmen University | Accounting
Shamiah Pittman : University of West Georgia ’22 | University of West Georgia for Masters | Digital & Social Media Communication
Nekita Pullins graduated from Mercer with her Specialist (2nd masters) degree in education.