NEW! Habitat for Humanity to Dedicates 17th House (Click icon for videos and pictures of the event)

Dubois County (NNDC):

Habitat for Humanity of Dubois County (HFHDC) will be dedicated its seventeenth home in Dubois County on Saturday, December 14, 2019! Join them at 804 E 9th Street in Huntingburg, Indiana for the dedication ceremony was held at 10:00 am, followed by an open house until 1:00 pm. 

The public was able to tour the home, and learn more about home ownership through HFHDC. Amybright, the owner of the new home has completed more than 300 hours of sweat equity, graduated from Habitat’s Money Management Seminar, received the keys to her new home on Saturday and begin monthly payments on an affordable mortgage. 


HFHDC provides home ownership opportunities for hardworking individuals and families in Dubois County. Habitat Homeowners contribute sweat equity hours building their own home and take classes to learn the ins-and-outs of home ownership. A stable home means more time to focus on education opportunities for kids, healthier food on the table, and career advancement. Living in a new, energy-efficient home means lower energy bills, improved indoor air quality and lower water bills.

Click videos below for clips and pictures of the event.

Andrea Ward, Executive Director, opened the festivities.


Amy Crane, President of Habitat Board of Directors also discusses the day:


How this Habitat house was built:


Amy Bright discusses her new home:


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