Oakland Park family receives keys to new Habitat home

OAKLAND PARK, FLA. (WSVN) - A South Florida family received the keys to their new home, Tuesday morning, and it was all thanks to Habitat for Humanity.

The nonprofit organization held a dedication ceremony for Cherika Moffett and her family at the new residence, located along the 900 block of Northeast 58th Street, in Oakland Park.

The family told 7News they’re thankful to all the people who made it all possible. “It’s been a blessing to have everyone that helped — volunteers, the Habitat staff, everyone,” said Moffett. “Most importantly, God, that put it in their hearts to come and help us.”

7News is a proud sponsor of Habitat for Humanity. If you would like to get involved, call Habitat for Humanity of Broward at (954) 396-3030, or Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami at (305) 634-3628. You may also log on to www.habitatbroward.org or www.habitatmiami.org.