And the lives of many Wichita families would be different.
Since 2004 the people of ICM have rolled up their sleeves and partnered with Wichita Habitat for Humanity to construct houses for families who lacked access to the traditional means of owning their own home. Because of their efforts, the City of Wichita has been energized to commit tracts of abandoned and underutilized land for development by Habitat for Humanity. In 2015, ICM completed its 13th Habitat home.
For 20 years, the people of ICM have been implementers of positive change in this world, and those fortunate enough to be close to them have had a front row seat to watching the difference that modern rarities like passion, self-sacriﬁce, and humble generosity can make.
“We are honored and humbled by ICM’s long-standing commitment to our mission of eliminating poverty housing in Sedgwick County. We offer our deep appreciation to ICM for their willingness to sponsor and help build . . . these homes.”