Our latest rehab project is in Henrico County off of Ratcliffe Avenue. This home was donated to us by a very generous family whose father owned the home. It was run down on the inside and outside and needed a complete renovation.
About the Family:
Hassan and Khadija are refugees from the Sudan who came to the United States to better their lives. Their families were farmers in the Sudan and some members of their family are still in refugee camps. Hassan and Khadija became naturalized citizens shortly after they arrived in the US.
Hassan and Khadija are devoted to ensuring success for their three children, Khaldid (18 years old), Fatima (15 years old) and Mohamed (12 years old). They are proud of their scholastic achievements and want them to continue their education past high school. Khalid and Fatima both want to become pharmacists.
The family currently pays a high monthly rent to live in a small old rundown apartment where the management is slow to make repairs. They would like to live in a safer neighborhood where the children can play outside in their own yard.
We would like to thank Bank of America for their generosity and support in the building of this home.