Giving back by offering a helping hand to refugees

By Greg Ellis
Updated September 20 2012 - 4:00pm, first published September 14 2012 - 12:00am
Benita Andrews, Charles Kawa and Jay Windsor are part of an increasingly diverse family at Southern Habitat. Picture: KIRK GILMOUR
Benita Andrews, Charles Kawa and Jay Windsor are part of an increasingly diverse family at Southern Habitat. Picture: KIRK GILMOUR
Mercury. News. Making a Difference. L to R. Benita Andrews with Charles Kawa a refugee that her  and husband Jay Windsor have emplyed in their Southern Habitat business at Berkeley. 11th September 2012. Pic. Kirk Gilmour. Story. Greg Ellis
Mercury. News. Making a Difference. L to R. Benita Andrews with Charles Kawa a refugee that her and husband Jay Windsor have emplyed in their Southern Habitat business at Berkeley. 11th September 2012. Pic. Kirk Gilmour. Story. Greg Ellis
Giving back by offering a helping hand to refugees
Giving back by offering a helping hand to refugees

BENITA Andrews and her husband Jay Windsor's first introduction to the struggle faced by refugees came five years ago.

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