Partner Family Stories
428 W Juneau St,
Natasha Normand has been working toward homeownership for the last few years. She and her daughter Aurora live in a house that’s too cramped and unhealthy for them to thrive. Over half of their belongings are stuck in a storage shed due to lack of space.
Natasha is a disabled veteran seeking some stability. She needs a place that is conducive to her recovery and offers a sanctuary for her young daughter.
With skyrocketing home prices in the last few years, owning a home felt impossible for her. But after Habitat accepted her application, she said, “my daughter and I are ecstatic to be working with Habitat for Humanity. I’m so excited for spring; it cannot come fast enough.”
The Habitat for Heroes program provides a safe and affordable home for a local veteran, and it offers skill development and support for our entire community of veterans.
Natasha's Habitat for Heroes home will be built in Tomah with the support of veteran groups in the region.