Sheridan Community Steps Up For Habitat For Humanity

Sheridan Community Steps Up For Habitat For Humanity

A local family is in need of the community's help to build a new home to accommodate their handicapped daughter, who became paraplegic after a car accident more than four years ago.

The family is currently living in a mobile home in town, but needs more space and handicapped-friendly accommodation to live comfortably. Jessica Lindsley is the executive director of Habitat For Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns. She said she's going outside the box a little to get this project done.

Although much of the procedure for building the home will be the same, funding must come from the community. Lindsley is looking for donors within the community to help this family build a sustainable life with their daughter. To learn more about this undertaking or to donate, click here.

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