Helping Our Neighbors…
Junior & Melray live on Georgetown Road in Hanover County and are in desperate need of a safe, secure home. They are near 70 years old and have no indoor toilet, a very leaky roof and holes through the floor of their family home. They have always worked: cutting grass, selling firewood, doing repairs and odd jobs; but this has not provided the means to repair or replace this home.
The community has donated over $100,000 for this project! The double wide manufactured home has been installed. The drain field and septic system are in, well and plumbing will be complete Feb. 8, electricity is on…now we’re working with mud and cold wet weather to finish the project and gain occupancy. It’s taken longer than we hoped, but we are getting there. Very soon, these men will live in a warm, dry house with working appliances and utilities. Thank you Studley, thank you Enon…but most of all we thank God!
The new home…
Enon UMC is coordinating a community effort to provide Junior and Melray with a small double wide modular home, to be placed on their current homesite. The cost of the new home and complete set up will be $80,000 plus a septic system.
The goal is to have them in a new home by October 2017.
Please join us in this worthwhile project. Your gifts, of any size, are needed.
Checks: Payable to “Alexander Home Fund” may be mailed to Enon UMC, PO Box 68, Studley VA 23162
Contact ReNe’e Teague for more information. 804-357-4435
August-October 2017 Project