My name is Gayecesor “Cesor” Sleh, a native of Liberia, West Africa, and I came to the United States in 2004. After initially living in Chicago and Utah, I relocated to Rock Hill as I was attracted to South Carolina’s weather. I have a few family members in various parts of the United States. I have 3 children, two boys and one girl, who currently live in Utah at the moment and will be moving to live with me upon the completion of my home.
Habitat for Humanity of York County is grateful for the strong community support which resulted in our affiliate having the highest number of families served in Fiscal Year 2017 among South Carolina Habitat affiliates. During fiscal year 2017, our affiliate completed 4 new homes, rehabbed 1 home and completed 35 home repairs resulting in 40 families served in addition to 1 community project. As we celebrate our 30th Anniversary, Habitat for Humanity of York County will to strive to increase our impact countywide in the upcoming year with a goal of serving 44 families in 2018.
Habitat for Humanity of York County would like to thank all the companies that have been a part of The 30th Anniversary Build on Hope Street. Thanks to the CEOs and executives from Comporium, Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Domtar, Founders Federal Credit Union, Williams and Fudge, Coroplast and York Electric Cooperative for all your contributions to helping Don and her family of four.
I believe that every single one of us — regardless of who we are or where we come from — deserves a decent life.
Like Dr. King, I believe in a Beloved Community of justice, equal opportunity and love of my fellow human beings.
I want to help build a world that leaves no room for poverty, prejudice or violence.
I pledge to work together with my neighbors, side by side, to create strength, stability and self-reliance for all.
I ask others to join me — it’s up to us to make this a reality.