An organization that helps people all over Calhoun County is cutting the ribbon on a new facility. Habitat for Humanity is getting a new storage shed for all their supplies. The nonprofit agency strives to give every man, woman and child a safe and affordable place to live. They have built more than 150 homes and renovated more than 50 homes for families in need. Interim Executive Director Amanda Pinson says they couldn’t be happier. Pinson also says the bigger storage space will allow them to help more people in Calhoun County. In 2003, Habitat for Humanity hosted the Jimmy Carter Work Project.. which built 36 homes in just one week.