CLEVELAND -- A Cleveland family is getting ready to move into a new home tonight, thanks to the help of dozens of volunteers.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cleveland today dedicated a rehabbed home on East 59th Street.
Builders and volunteers from churches, both locally and from as far away as North Carolina, helped to bring life to this once run down home.
After a few more final touches, a very grateful family will be moving in.
One of the home's future residents, Ruth Acoff said, "I just want to thank everybody that had a part in doing this, because my family will be the best of neighbors, and I will try to do things in the community."
Over the last 35 years, Habitat for Humanity has helped more than 30-thousand americans own a home, by building or repairing houses with volunteer help.
John Habat, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cleveland explained, "We realize the blessing on a home to family, not just to children but to grandchildren and what a blessing a good family is to a street."