A Tulsa family has a new home thanks to Habitat for Humanity and Saint Bernard's Catholic Church.
The 3-bedroom, 2-bath house in the historic Kendall-Whittier neighborhood is the 19th home funded by Saint Bernard. Irene Avina and her two children, Brenda and Carlos purchased the home and they couldn't be more thankful.
"This is exactly the reason why everyone volunteers. They get to see the impact it actually has on the lives of the families," said Cameron Walker for Habitat for Humanity.
Tulsa Habitat for Humanity is celebrating its 30th anniversary in the community this year. In that time, they've helped more than 400 families find homes.