IN THE NEWS: Hard-working mom who doesn't like handouts has new home

IN THE NEWS: Hard-working mom who doesn't like handouts has new home


 
(Hammond Daily Star) Sonia Johnson is a mother of four who has been working since she was 14 years old, but she never got far enough ahead to become a homeowner — until the Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center for Housing came along to help, that is. Johnson said she does not like handouts, and that’s why she was thrilled to partner with The Fuller Center to become a homeowner. She is proud that the zero-interest, no-profit mortgage payments she makes for the home she built alongside volunteers will help others like her become homeowners and provide a stable foundation for their children, as well. Click here to read the complete report in The Daily Star.

Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 3 books.

2 Comments on "IN THE NEWS: Hard-working mom who doesn't like handouts has new home"

  • monica says

    I am a had working mother too I pray everyday that one day I can own my own home.What do I need to do how do I get started Im on low income.Thats my dream for my 3 boys to have our own somebody help me make my dream come true.

  • Chris Johnson says

     There are dozens of Fuller Center covenant partners across the U.S. Click here to see if there is one near you: http://www.fullercenter.org/locations

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