How are homeowners selected?
Homeowners must be low-income, elderly, disabled or veterans. They must be unable to do the work themselves. Referrals are made through community organizations, religious organizations, service groups or by self-submitting. Candidates complete an application and are interviewed. Houses are assessed and work scope determined. Qualified applicants are put on a waiting list for scheduling.

How do homeowners pay?

All repairs are free to qualifying homeowners. Homeowners and family members are asked to work alongside volunteers. Labor and many supplies are typically donated.

Elisabeth Level
Ms. Level with great grandson Jacara and nephew
The Gonzales family
The Gonzales family
Matthew James
Matthew James and Alonso Mourning
Willie Franklin
Willie Franklin and Family
Roy Finch and his wife
Morgan Roseborough
Roy Finch and his wife
Morgan Roseborough
Verna Powell
Gary Brown US Navy Veteran
Charles Smith
Alice Screen
The Dempsey Family
Lakesha Cox
Betty Williams and Travis
Brandon Fields, Nate Garner, Nolan Carroll and Mrs. Ruby Grant
The Sumpter Family
John White Kitchen before 1
John White Kitchen before 2
John White Kitchen before 3
John White Kitchen before 4
John White Kitchen before 5
John White Kitchen after 1
John White Kitchen after 2
John White in Completed Kitchen
Mrs. Tucker in front of her newly painted home
Mrs. Tucker in front
of her newly painted home
Proud Homeowner
Proud homeowner
Joyera Brown Proud Homeowner
Joyeria Willis proud homeowner
and her three grandchildren.
Ollie Kitchen
Ollie in her new kitchen.
Mattie Brinson.
Mattie Brinson.