A local organization that helps put people in their own homes, now has a home to call its own.
This after a fire ripped through their offices inside a church through on New Year's Eve of 2004.
The Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County announced the owner of their temporary location has donated the one million dollar building to the organization.
The executive director of the habitat chapter says this generous donation gives them a level of stability and a sense of confidence that they would have never had.
Susan Burgess Parish says, "what is also gives to us is a sense of credibility. Someone who believes in us that much believes in how we set out to do our process that well, believes that this is a way in which we can make a difference in the community."
Parrish hopes this example of giving will encourage other people to join in with habitat to accomplish their goals.
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