Easton Cub Scout Pack #166 helped welcome new Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County (Habitat CFC) homeowner Nordia Black and her family into their new home by donating a basket of home goods to the family. The scouts presented their gift on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the family’s home dedication ceremony. Nordia is the single mother of five children, one of whom is reliant on a wheel chair and requires round the clock care. The ADA compliant home, which was sponsored by Wheels in the Woods Foundation, provides the space and facilities required to care for Nordia’s special needs daughter and a back yard in which her other 4 children can play.
Habitat CFC provides safe, decent, affordable housing to low-income families in Fairfield County. Habitat partner families must: currently be living in substandard housing; have income between 35-60% of the Area Median Income; have the ability to repay a 30 year 0% mortgage; and be willing and able to complete 500 hours of sweat equity.
For more information call 203-333-2642 or visit our website www.habitatcfc.org
Easton Cub Scouts Pierce Neunteufel, Aaron Chabannes, William Manusky and Mitchell Manusky present a gift basket of home goods to Habitat CFC’s newest homeowner Nordia Black.
To see pictures of Nordia’s dedication ceremony, click here.