As of 2017, the seven home Mandalay building project was largest in the
Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys 25-year history.

Mandalay #1

The first house was completed in 2013.  It is a 2-bedroom home and was sponsored by Whale Harbor.  The Family is Al & Cynthia Delgado and their son AJ.  He is in Security and she is in the Medical field.

Mandalay #2

The second house was cpmpleted in 2014 and it is also a 2-bedroom home.  It was sponsored by Ocean Reef Club Foundation.  The family is Mayke and Yesi Hernandez. He works for the Village and she is a Dental Assistant.

Mandalay #3

The third house was copmpleted in December of 2014 and it is a 3-bedroom home.  It was sponsored by Caribee Boat Sales.  The family is Noyde & Damary Hernandez.  He works for the Village and she is a Bank Teller.  They have twin boys and a teenage daughter.

Mandalay #4

The forth house was completed in April 2015 and was sponsored by Riva Motor Sports.  It is a 3-bedroom house and the family is Patrick and Lyndie Meyers.  He is a School Teacher and she is para-pro teacher. They have two children.

Mandalay #5

The fifth house was also completed in 2015 with Yoan Garcia & Karla Vaughn moving-in, in December. He is a Commercial Fisherman and she works for the Village of Islamorada. They have two children.

Mandalay #6

The sixth house was completed in June of 2017 for the Stubblefields family. Joe and Melissa, along with their son and daughter now live in their three-bedroom home in Key Largo.

Mandalay #7

The seventh 3-bedroom house was completed in August of 2017 for Wilfred Mollineda, Dolly Castro and their two sons. The house was sponsored by Snappers.