Scott and Julie Morrison have an amazing family with three children living in Glade Spring. The hardships that have come across this family is a true testament how deserving they are. The Morrisons are currently living in a small 2-bedroom, 800 square foot duplex, where the living room is a bedroom for them and their youngest 4-month-old. The cost to have a bigger place is just not feasible for them on the income they have.
The family heard about Habitat through a family member and decided to apply. “The application process was easy, and the Habitat team and Executive Director, Krystal worked with us through everything” said Julie.
Julie and Scott Remember getting the new from Krystal, Executive Director in January of 2019 and just being shocked. It was a blessing to be accepted in the Habitat program, soon my kids will have their own space and a place to call home. This news came just after the couple brought home their new addition Tucker in the beginning of January. Creating an even more crowded environment already having 12-year-old Jasmine and 14-year-old Nathan.
Right after being accepted Scott and Julie began volunteering and helping whenever they could, running cotton candy sales, coming to events and Scott has been working on the site with volunteers for months now. The dedication and truly deserving nature of this wonderful family is the reason we do what we do at Washington County Habitat for Humanity
Scott and Julies one wish is would be to have a movie night with there kids in a living room without and bed and a nursery in it. With your help we can make that wish come true!