WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL)—One woman put in a lot of hours to earn herself a new home.
Habitat For Humanity of Wichita Falls hosted a home dedication for Elaine Dubray.
Dubray worked towards a minimum of 300 sweat equity hours to become a habitat homeowner.
The hours can be earned through building, volunteering at the Habitat ReStore or volunteering at the Habitat office.
“We’re just looking to get people that need a home into a new home and something they can, like I said, have pride in,” WF Habitat For Humanity Director of Marketing & Development Will Goodner said.
The organization’s mission is geared towards helping others.
Dubray was gifted a quilt and a new bible to celebrate her new place.
The process from here is like any new homeowner, they’ll have to go through a closing before moving in.
However, if everything goes as planned, she could be all moved in within the month!