Kim Taylor, executive vice president of First National Bank, has been elected the chair of the Overton County Community Board of Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity (UCHFH).
Taylor has assisted with Habitat’s Rock the Block events and participated in the Banker Build 2019 in Putnam County. She has been a community leader in both Putnam and Overton county for many years and is a welcome addition to the Habitat family.
“Ever since I met Kim, she has been passionate and supportive about Habitat’s work in Overton County,” said Trent Carter, AmeriCorps member and community outreach coordinator of UCHFH, “because of this, electing her as chair was an easy decision for the board.”
Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity (UCHFH) constructs and sells homes to qualified low-income families. Serving both Overton and Putnam County, UCHFH is a non-profit Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with God and families in need.
UCHFH has recently expanded in Overton County with a repair program called Neighbor 2 Neighbor, which is for low-income senior homeowners of Putnam and Overton counties who need critical repairs done to their homes.
For more information on UCHFH, contact Trent Carter at (931) 823-1710 or visit their website at uchabitat.org.