Habitat for Life: Family moves into new home
Felecia Kohler and her children celebrated the ownership of their new Habitat for Humanity home this past week. Kohler has been homeless twice since 2017. However, she remained determined to provide stability for her family. She is now a homeowner of a Habitat house with her four daughters. She began this journey in 2018 with Living Bridges Ministry Transformation program.
In 2020, Kohler was approved for a Habitat house, with the Publix Charities Housing Grant and many other community donors and volunteers Kohler and her family received their house in August. Following the blessing of the house by Pastor Julian Griner, Lifespring Community Church, gifts were presented from Habitat for Humanity, Valdosta-Lowndes ReStore, Greater Valdosta United Way and Living Bridges Ministries.