Nowling Family

The home of William and Deserie Nowling and their three daughters was damaged beyond repair by the storm.  They were able to move in with Deserie’s family, but continued to work on cleaning up their property as much as they could. After a few disappointments, they were connected with North Florida Inland LTR, and were chosen as recipients of a new home built by AC HarvestCall.  The excitement and sheer happiness on the faces of the girls as they talked about their new home was priceless! Additional resources from The Salvation Army, Capital Area Community Action Agency, Chipola Baptist Association helped complete […]

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Nix Family

As LTR team members were assisting a neighbor, they met Mr. Willie Nix in 2019.  Willie had retired from Covenant Hospice after years of service and was raising two active grandsons, ages 6 and 8. The Nix home needed extensive repairs, so Chipola Baptist Association (CBA) provided a travel trailer for them to move into until the home could be recovered. Unfortunately, due to COVID, the project was delayed and the family lived in the camper for over a year.  However, AC HarvestCall took on the Nix project in early 2020, and recently welcomed the family home!  North Florida Inland LTR coordinated […]

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Hilton Family

In early 2019, Robert Hilton registered with the North Florida Inland LTR.  His home had been deemed unliveable, and he had limited resources. The LTR was able to connect Bob with Chipola Baptist Association, who provided a travel trailer as part of the pilot program between the Florida Dept. of Emergency Management and Calhoun and Jackson Counties.  The LTR referred the case to UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief), who ultimately constructed a new home for Bob and his girls. Additional support was provided by Innovative Charities of NWFL and the LTR. […]

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Rebollar Family

Teresa Rebollar’s home sustained severe damage from Hurricane Michael. Assessments rendered the structure beyond repair, and after some time, the house was no longer liveable.Teresa connected with the North Florida Inland LTR who referred her case to UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief).Don and Cheryl Holm’s home was also destroyed in the storm. They relocated to the Santa Rosa Beach area but donated their homesite lot to Marianna UMC. The church they were then attending, Good News UMC, raised money to donate towards the construction of a new home on the property.Teresa’s family was chosen as the recipient of the […]

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Rebuild Florida to Host Mobile Application Event in Blountstown

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