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Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity and Keller Williams Realty Announce Partnership

 

Today’s Date: 06/12/2017

For Immediate Release

 

 

Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity and Keller Williams Realty Announce Partnership

 

Glassboro, N.J. – Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH) recently announced its partnership with Washington Township Keller Williams Realty in support of its vision to provide safe, decent and affordable housing to low-income families in Gloucester County. The collaboration will be the first step in raising $100,000 that will cover the cost to build a home for a GCHFH partner family in Glassboro.

“We are thrilled to have Washington Township Keller Williams on board,” stated Anthony Isabella, GCHFH executive director. “Primarily, we rely on grants, donations and state-funding to build our partner family homes, so the fact that Keller Williams is willing to sponsor the construction of a whole house for one of our partner families is just incredible!”

Washington Township Keller Williams Realty plans to raise the funds for the house during R.E.D. Day, its annual day of service. R.E.D. Day – which stands for renew, energize and donate – is held in honor of Keller Williams Realty vice chairman, Mo Anderson’s birthday.

“Keller Williams Washington Township is excited about our new partnership with Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity,” stated Maria Gallelli, Washington Township Keller Williams Realty CFO/market center administrator.  “Being in an industry where we help people buy and sell homes every day, we saw a huge opportunity to do something extraordinary… we can help build homes, we can raise money to fund a whole project, we can donate on a regular basis to the Restore and we can give back personally in a way that is truly special to a Keller William’s agent.”

 About Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity:  Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity is a community-driven nonprofit organization that develops working partnerships with local businesses, churches, community groups and other individuals to successfully tackle a significant social problem— the lack of affordable, safe and decent housing for all. To learn more, visit: gc-habitat.org.

To learn more, visit: gc-habitat.org.

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Contact: Ketty Christian

                 856-256-9400, ext. 5 (office)

                 856-371-4344 (cell)

                 kchristian@gc-habitat.org