When a Community Comes Together
In 1989, Victor Gonzalez and his family were living in a trailer that was falling apart when his church encouraged him to apply for a Habitat home. This is his story and the beginning of Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity.
Stepping Out in Faith: The Founding of Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity
Patricia Burk, one of Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity’s founding members and first Executive Director, tells the story of how the affiliate started and its early years.
Growth and Expansion
From fill-in lots to subdivisions, Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity takes on the challenge of creating a community.
The Habitat Model
Habitat for Humanity is one of the largest home builders in the United States, and its homeowners have one of the lowest mortgage default rates in the industry. What is the Habitat model? What is sustains this nonprofit? Connie Flickinger, B/CS Habitat volunteer and Board Member, shares Habitat’s philosophy that drives its success.
Growing Up in a Habitat Home
Gwendolyn Phillips shares her story of growing up in a Habitat home and her admiration for her dad’s hard work to provide for his family.
Becoming a Habitat Homeowner: The Process
Felipa Sanders, Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity’s Homebuyer Program Manager, walks listeners through the homebuyer process.
“You Can Do It!”: A Habitat Homebuyer’s Journey