Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County Accepting Applications for Homeownership Project


Westminster, Maryland—Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County announced today that they are now accepting applications for a home in Westminster, MD.  This home will be sold to a lower income family living or working in Carroll County and will be financed with a zero percent interest loan.  Interested applicants can visit www.cchabitat.org to learn more about the home and qualifications.


“This is an exciting time for our organization, and we are so happy to be creating an opportunity for a hard working Carroll County family.  This is an awesome opportunity for a family to have a hand up, not a hand out.  We will carefully select our Partner Family and they will work alongside our volunteers to rehabilitate this home” says Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County Executive Director Bryan Lyburn.  “We are grateful to all of our donors and volunteers who helped make this possible.”


Applications for housing will be due on January 4, 2019 and a Partner Family will be announced in April of 2019.  The rehabilitation of the home will take place this spring and summer.  This will be the 8th home that Habitat has completed in the past 4 years in Carroll County.  Habitat is proud to be growing our Mission in Carroll County and to be serving working families in this community.  We cannot wait to hand the keys over to another happy family!


Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman, and child should have a decent, safe, and affordable place to live.  Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County builds with people in need regardless of race or religion. To learn more about this story, contact Stephanie Averett at 410-751-7722.

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