Nick Saban charity will help make 18th Habitat dwelling in Tuscaloosa

With Joselyn Hamner counting off, Habitat for Humanity volunteers lifted framing for an exterior wall Monday morning for the Nick’s Kids Foundation’s 18th national championship residence in a household space at the rear of Maude Whatley Wellness Center. Hamner then utilized a software to secure the framing to the foundation. 

The shrieks of drills and the echoes of hammers are sounds of development and chance for Hamner this household, once comprehensive, will be household to her and her two kids, a 5-12 months-old son and a 1-12 months-outdated daughter.

“It truly is a blessing,” Hamner reported. “Me and my young children will be equipped to be steady and have a home of our very own.”

Hamner, who is a housekeeper at the College of Alabama, told The Tuscaloosa Information that she has been living with her mom and that the residing area is tight for the compact family. She is on the lookout forward to currently being a initially-time property owner and having different rooms for her youngsters in the new residence. 

“My son is energized. He is so ready for his very own area,” Hamner said, adding that he currently shares a space with his sister.