"Its Just Like little basic things, But They were very friendly, very personal, like you just knew them all your life. And they just come over and start really just talking to you like they been knowing you forever, and that's a good feeling."
Danielle Miller was born in Rochester, New York in 1973. After moving back and forth between Mississippi and New York, she decided to settle in the Delta in 2006. As a mother of four children, and having recently lost her dad, Danielle found herself in a harsh situation as her faith in God began to diminish. Introduced to Habitat for Humanity by a co-worker of hers at her school teaching job for Youth Opportunities Unlimited, she applied for a Habitat house, and was accepted. After completing all the requirements, such as contributing five hundred sweat equity hours, she received her house, where she still currently resides in the Delta.