Christopher Sudler watched his mother, Chanice Rochester, her family and 240 different Habitat volunteers build his home from the ground up back in 2013.

He would walk through the house and see how the bathroom was nothing more than several pieces of wood held up by braces. Then he realized that his house was designed by an architect and he thought that someday he wanted to have the same impact on families in the community that an architect had on his life.

Today, he has enrolled at Morgan State University to study architecture. Christopher also plays saxophone in the renowned Morgan State marching band. He is the recipient of a three-year-academic scholarship at Morgan State and recently was honored with a scholarship from Habitat’s Anne Marie Shakespeare Education Fund.

Habitat is about creating a place of stability and self-reliance for family members like Christopher so that the dreams of the next generation can be realized.

If you know of an individual or a family that would like to learn more about becoming a Habitat Choptank homebuyer, contact us at 410-476-3204.