A Brush with Kindness Project

Help us raise $5,000 for a small family in Sheridan living in a home requiring critical repairs.

ABWK program began in 2010 as the result of a merger with the local Christmas in April/Rebuilding Together Chapter in Sheridan.

The ABWK program focuses on repairs that ensure the warmth, safety, and accessibility needs of HUD Income qualified homeowners in Sheridan County. 

The ABWK program receives no funding, and these projects are completed at no cost to the applicants.

 About the Family: 
The applicant for this project is a single mother to two young children. This family is living in a small house that is in need of critical repairs to make it a safe place to live. There are concerns about the electrical, broken windows, and exposed subfloor throughout the home. This house was recently purchased by this applicant, after having saved up enough money to finally own a home. Prior to purchasing this home, this family was homeless. 

Together, we can make this house a home. A home that is warm, and a house that is safe. 

The cost of this project is going to be $5,000. Will you help this family today? 



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About the Organization

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns (HFHEB) envisions a world where everyone has a decent place to call home. For 25 years HFHEB has put God’s love into action, to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. Throughout this time Habitat has served more than 50 families with zero foreclosures in Sheridan County.

1 in 10 Wyoming families pay more than 50% of their income on a place to live, making the critical need for affordable housing evident. We serve families whose income is 30 percent to 60 percent of the current median income, as defined by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for Wyoming. HFHEB provides approved applicants with a no interest loan and provides a monthly mortgage that, including taxes and insurance, does not exceed more than 30% of their gross monthly income.
Habitat homeowners help build their homes alongside volunteers and staff. From their time of approval into the homeownership program to the completion of their homes partner families dedicate 250 “sweat equity” hours on their own or others houses, providing...

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