Ruth Khauda lives in a village in Uganda, and she is trying to make the best of a very difficult situation. Ruth has three children, and her husband died suddenly last year. While dealing with that loss, her brother also died and his four children were left abandoned and alone. Ruth brought those children into her family and is raising them, but they currently had no home. Now, thanks to your generosity, they have a 3 room brick home! Thank you for supporting Ruth and the mission of Homes for Homes
The Sanchez Alaniz family live in the ‘Jose Sulaiman’ community of Juarez, Mexico. Cesar works in a factory where he assembles washing machines, earning about $56 per week. Adrina cares for their three boys when they return from school each day. The family was living in a one room structure that is made from old shipping pallets and plastic sheeting. But now they have a brand new stucco home! They asked that we pass this message along to you: “We can only say thank you for taking time to bless our family with this incredible gift. Thank you and may God multiply your blessings!"
Monic Nomukose was widowed in 1982, and she worked hard to raise her children on her own. In 2011, Monic’s son and his wife became sick, abandoning their three children to her to raise. What an amazing woman to care for these children on her own. And now, thanks to your generosity, this family has a brand new brick home! We're so grateful for your support of the mission of Homes for Homes and for the tremendous hope that's been given to this amazing woman and her grandchildren.
Rosa and her family live in the ‘Felipe Angeles’ community of Juarez, Mexico. They lost their home due to a fire that destroyed four homes in their neighborhood. Rosa is a stay at home mother that looks after her family, she is widowed. Her oldest two sons, Isaias and Luis work to help provide for their family. Together, the family earns about $120 per week. In addition to her own children, Rosa cares for her grandson, Bernard. They were devastated by the fire loss, but now they have a brand new home! Thank you for giving so this need could be met immediately.
The Juan Gomez Petzey family lives in Cerro de Oro, Guatemala. Their previous home was located on a dangerous hill, but now the family has a safer location to raise their children. Local workers constructed this beautiful concrete block home, and the family thanked God for providing it!