LIVINGSTON – Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity (UCHFH) recently purchased a lot in Livingston and will begin building a home there this fall. But first, a qualified future homebuyer must be selected. Informational meetings will be held at the Millard Oakley Public Library in January for those who are interested in learning about Habitat’s homeownership program. The first will be held on Jan. 8 at 12 p.m. And the second will be held Jan. 9 at 5 p.m. Applications will be available through Jan. 10 – by appointment only – for those unable to attend one of the meetings. For more information, contact Trent Carter at (931) 823-1710 or firstname.lastname@example.org. UCHFH is an equal housing lender.
Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity constructs and sells homes to qualified low-income families. Serving both Overton and Putnam counties, UCHFH is a non-profit Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with God and families in need. UCHFH has recently expanded in Overton County with a repair program called Neighbor 2 Neighbor. N2N is for residents of Putnam and Overton counties who need repairs done to a home that they currently own and live in. For more information on UCHFH, contact Trent Carter (931) 823-1710 or visit their website (uchabitat.org).