West Orange Habitat for Humanity receives $5,000 grant

State Farm has awarded West Orange Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 grant to purchase materials and supplies to help with the construction of affordable homes.

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West Orange Habitat for Humanity recently received a $5,000 grant from State Farm. 

According to the press release, "West Orange Habitat, working in close cooperation with the City of Winter Garden, is addressing the need for affordable housing in our community located in East Winter Garden. This partnership provides the opportunity for low-income families to purchase their first home. ... In addition to our existing stalwart partners and volunteers, West Orange Habitat seeks strategic relationships with other interested corporations, churches, and community organizations to help us expand our volunteer and material resources, and hence our reach and impact for good." 

The grant will go toward purchasing materials and supplies to help in the construction of affordable homes in Winter Garden.



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