Clay County Habitat for Humanity is proud to announce our newest homeowner, Thealia. The 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house located in Orange Park, Florida has now become the home for Thealia and her three children.
Even as a child Thealia was a part of the Habitat family when her mother, Gwen Daniels, became the 22nd homeowner through the program in
1998. Her home was blitz build during faith week and was completed in only 7 days. Ms. Daniels and her family were able to move into a 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom home in Orange Park, Florida. Just as her mother did, Thealia decided to become a Clay County Habitat homeowner herself.
It was through Thealia’s hard work and dedication to the program and community that she was able to give her children a forever home. While our home construction volunteering has been put on a brief halt, Thealia completed her sweat equity hours by volunteering at Farm Share events located in Wilkinson JR. High. She also volunteered in the administration office helping with Christmas wreaths, the children’s Christmas gift program and thanksgiving baskets. Through this experience Thealia is happy to be able to provide her older children, ages 13 and 19, a place they can always call home and her 4-year-old daughter a home for life.
Welcome home, Thealia!