A dedication ceremony and block party on August 26 marked the completion of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia’s latest affordable housing initiative in North Philadelphia’s Diamond Park community.
Philadelphia, PA – Arkema, a leader in specialty materials, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for a sponsorship at the Community Builder level. Through its three-year sponsorship, Arkema will provide a total of $330,000 in funding, donate its sustainable building products and offer its technical expertise, and contribute employee volunteers to help build homes in addition to other programs to support Philadelphians. Arkema’s contributions will help Habitat Philadelphia to increase homeownership rates for people of color, creating strong and stable communities.
Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia has received a $4.1 million grant for its Home Repair Program, a sum that will ultimately enable the nonprofit to double the number of properties it fixes up each year.
WHYY highlighted the Brewerytown Sharswood Neighborhood Coalition’s new Play Everywhere Installations in North Philadelphia. Habitat Philadelphia had the opportunity to partner with the coaltion and launch this program which honors local Black legends in an interactive and creative way.
Morgan Properties, a national real estate investment and management company headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, partnered with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia as a Signature Sponsor of the Building Hope Virtual Lunch-In for a second consecutive year.
Houwzer, a socially-responsible real estate and mortgage brokerage, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for a sponsorship at the Community Builder level.
“If we care about health, education, crime reduction, economic growth, and the growth of our city as a whole then we need to care about the housing that makes these things possible,” says guest columnist Corrine O’Connell of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia.”
Philadelphia, PA – On October 17, 2019, volunteers from Chubb made an impact with Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for the insurance industry’s annual Week of Giving. This eight-day, industry-wide initiative supports community non-profits in their missions on a worldwide scale. During this week, Chubb volunteers worked alongside Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia staff at Oxford Green, Habitat’s 20 home development in Sharswood, North Central Philadelphia.
In the month of October, Summer Classics Home, the manufacturer, and retailer of Summer Classics luxury outdoor furnishings and Gabby high style indoor furnishings will donate a percentage of their sales to support the Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA (CBS Philly) — The Phillie Phanatic was in North Philadelphia on Wednesday.