#OurAlabamaHome is AHFA's theme for 2017. We regularly take road trips to visit with customers who have bought their home or found affordable housing because of AHFA programs. As we travel to visit these customers, we're also highlighting the city or town they live in to celebrate Alabama and illustrate how AHFA's programs reach all across the state. Together, our customers' testimonials bring #OurAlabamaHome to life. Keep track of our travels on AHFA's Facebook page and here on our website.
#MyAlabamaHome: In Their Own Words
As part of AHFA’s #OurAlabamaHome theme for 2017, we asked clients to tell us what their Alabama home means to them. Hear what a few of them had to say about their Alabama home - in their own words.
While collecting customer testimonials in the area, AHFA staff passed through Talladega on June 28, one day after Helen Keller's 137th birthday, and visited the Helen Keller School of AIDB and Davey Allison Memorial Park.
On a recent too-hot-for-spring day, AHFA staff members stopped in for a world-famous Toomer's Drugs lemonade after interviewing residents at Shepherd's Cove Apartments in Auburn.
Good Friday found AHFA in Tuscaloosa, a city that understands redemption and rebirth, to interview a Hardest Hit Alabama customer.
Spring was in the air and blooming at Birmingham Botanical Gardens while AHFA was in the area collecting Step Up customer stories.
On Fat Tuesday, AHFA was in the birthplace of America's original Mardi Gras--Mobile. But, Mobile is much more than Mardi Gras. So, we headed out to the bay and the USS Alabama.
AHFA stopped in the home of the World Championship Domino Tournament to talk to residents at Hummingbird Landing. Do you know where we saw Jerry Clower, Bear Bryant, and Doug Barfield?
AHFA visited Oneonta to talk with residents of McCay Senior Gardens for a future success story.