When Liz Thompson first heard about Habitat for Humanity, she figured she made too much money working full-time as a victim advocate to qualify for the low-cost houses. She had two part-time jobs, as well.
She thought such houses were for the kind of people she was trying to help on an everyday basis. Then she thought, "I could use a little help too."
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