MORRISVILLE, Pa. (WPVI) --Habitat for Humanity of Bucks county is working on its 103rd home.
Volunteers broke ground Tuesday morning along Woodland Avenue in Morrisville.
The house is being built for a family of eight, which includes a child in a wheel chair.
Right now, they are all cramped into a three bedroom apartment.
New homeowner Tina Grady is grateful for the support.
"It's more than a dream come true and now it's reality, as you can see. Thank you, thank you for giving us a chance, believing in us"
They're expected to move into this new house, which will be the first one they've ever owned, in July.
Habitat home buyers contribute at least 200 hours of sweat equity, helping out during construction.