Habitat for Humanity of Washington County will be breaking ground for their 52nd home in Washington County on Sept. 10. For this project Habitat is partnering with the University of Arkansas Interfraternity Council.
William French, IFC vice president of Community Service, has been the driving force behind this project. Through his leadership IFC has pledged $40,500 and they are working to raise additional funds to complete the project.
“Many of the chapters hold service as one of their core values, so we have taken multiple steps to try and improve our involvement in the local Fayetteville community over the years. We are excited for the Sandoval family and are looking forward to helping them fulfill their dream of a new home,” French said.
Delmy Sandoval is a single mother of three children. She recently completed her bachelor’s degree in business and is working for Tyson Foods. In addition to her three children, Sandoval has taken in other young adults struggling to get an education. She is looking forward to having a safe, stable home for her family.