- Just a few months ago, the Moore Family was looking for a new affordable home. They filled out paperwork with the local Habitat for Humanity chapter in Langlade County and were told yes."We look for a number of things; we look for an identified need, and the need for housing if the current housing is not serving the family's needs," said Langlade Habitat for Humanity President Paul Grinde.For the home to become theirs, the Moore's must put in 500 sweat-equity hours divided between themselves and volunteers. Leaders say it doesn't matter what set of skills you have, all you need to do is donate a little bit of your time.
"Well I'm just happy that Habitat chose our family and we're very excited to have the new home; we look forward to getting done by Christmas," said New Home Owner Jason Moore. "That's what they've told us, they plan on having it done by Christmas and I would say that will be the best Christmas present we'll ever get."The younger family members are excited at the opportunities that await them in their new house as well."Once I move in to the home, I'm going to live really close to one of my friends I don't go to school with anymore," said 10 year old Daughter Mackenzie Moore.This will be the eighth home Langlade Habitat for Humanity leaders have built in the past 10 years, and they hope to find more people in need of a good home.For more information on how you can help, click on the link below to see how you can help your local Habitat for Humanity Chapter