The Myrtle Beach Rotary Club assisted Habitat for Humanity in putting the finishing touches on a house that will soon be ‘home’ to the Gause family.
Conswella Gause applied to the Habitat program in 2016 in hopes of providing a safe and stable environment for her two children. That dream will come true in just a few short weeks, when the Gause’s new home will be ready for move-in.
Conswella says that being in the Habitat Program has given her a new sense of community as individuals and groups have come forward to help make her dream a reality. “We are happy to be among those who have assisted Conswella and her family,” said Rotarian Scott Barnes who chaired the initiative.