The Crusaders started repairing a home around 9 am Saturday.
There are five women and 10 children living in the transitional home that helps families that are going through a tough time until they get back on their feet.
Instead of practicing, the Oklahoma City Crusaders picked up their tools and got to work. They replaced floors, doors, and fixed windows for a Wonderfully Made Foundation home. The foundation makes sure that women and children have a safe, warm, and dry place to sleep at night.
"It gives you a chance to live again."
Before moving into the transitional home, Dianna Lynn Briggs was living in a shelter.
"When I left the shelter, I needed a place to go. I'm in transition now, so it was best to come here."
For 90 days, the Wonderfully Made Foundation helps people that are facing different life struggles get back on their feet.
"Counseling, housing, jobs..." Dianna has been given the job of house manager.
The Wonderfully Made Foundation was created in 2007 by Lisa Miller-Baldwin, who has since passed away.