Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter to dedicate new home built for family in need

LADY LAKE, Fla. — Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter is set to hand over the keys to a newly built home.


Officials said this will be the third home built along with members from the Villagers Habitat Lake-Sumter Club.

The club raise funds and built the home from the foundation up.

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“Working alongside community-minded individuals from the Villagers Habitat Lake-Sumter Club has given us the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships in our community and provide affordable housing solutions for those who need it,” said Danielle Stroud, CEO and President of Habitat Lake-Sumter. “Together, we can do so much more, and we are grateful for their continued partnership.”

Officials said The Villagers Habitat Lake-Sumter Club members have shared Habitat’s mission to advocate, fundraise and volunteer to build a home each year, since 2019.

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The group will hand over the keys to the Benton family at 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 30, and will be joined by representatives of community partner, TD Charitable Foundation.

The home is located at 207 Longview Avenue in Lady Lake.

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More information can be found here.

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