As the one year anniversary of the devastating floods approaches, Neighbors Loving Neighbors continues to provide funding for those effected.
Today a ground breaking ceremony was held in Kanawha county to build ten new homes for flood victims.
So far the non-profit has helped rebuild more than 600 flooded homes throughout the mountain state.
“We are blessed to have some monetary contributions from neighbors loving neighbors the have played a role in several of houses that we have built or repaired here in the Clendenin Area and state wide,” Miranda Nabors said. Nabors works a case manager with West Virginia Conference United Methodist Church.
With the help of volunteers with the Mennonite Disaster Service , the homes are expected to be completed in September.