The Northwest Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity announces that the Cobb Interfaith Habitat Coalition started a new house project in Austell this past week and several East Cobb faith communities will be involved. Pinkerton & Laws, as one of the corporate sponsors, has taken a lead position with regards to putting together the volunteers and financial support from the various corporate and faith-based participants.
“The home is being built for future Habitat homeowner and recent widow, Belinda Enimil Arkoh. Belinda has been a United States resident since 2007, and proudly became a naturalized citizen in 2013. She lost her husband and father of her two children in 2018. Belinda is a single mother of two children: a 4-year-old boy and an 18-month-old girl. After living in a single bedroom apartment with her two children, she will become a homeowner. Belinda is professional seamstress and a devoted Christian who loves working in her community work and her church. Belinda is a professional seamstress.
“It is remarkable to see how the Cobb County faith community comes together to make our county a better place for all our residents,” said Jessica Gill, CEO, N.W. Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. “These organizations are changing the lives and future of the next generation of this well-deserving family.”
Pinkerton & Laws would like to thank all our volunteers along with the Moore Colson Group!