The 200 cinder block home was given to the Sacul Raxtun family; Narcisa and Mario and their two sons.
Every time Potter’s House builds a dignified home to a family in the community, we know that we are not just giving them a place to live. Instead, the new memories and the love, peace and happiness that the family will enjoy with the Lord, among themselves and those in their communities is one of the many reasons we do this. Thank you for making the construction of 200 transformations a reality! Here is to many more!
The Sacul Raxtun family have been living in the community for 8 years and their home is built out of scraps of corrugated metal and wood. When Potter’s House visit them, we found a family’s desire to succeed in life; both parents work hard for their children’s education and try to maintain their home as clean as possible. One of their biggest dreams is to have a dignified home to live in, and thank God and your support, Potter’s House is making this wish come true.