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Senators Stabenow, Levin Announce Support for Habitat for Humanity of Michigan

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U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin today announced support for Habitat for Humanity of Michigan. The organization received a grant through NeighborWorks America, a non-profit organization that supports local efforts to revitalize and sustain communities by promoting and preserving affordable housing.

"Habitat for Humanity is already helping so many families in need find safe and affordable housing, which is revitalizing local neighborhoods," Stabenow said. "This NeighborWorks America grant will allow Habitat for Humanity of Michigan and its volunteers to help even more families make the dream of home ownership a reality."

"An affordable home is part of the American dream, and this grant will make that dream a reality for thousands of families by making it easier to create and maintain affordable housing and for homeowners to stay in their homes through the hard work of local nonprofit groups," Levin said.

Habitat for Humanity of Michigan will receive a grant of $119,000. NeiU.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin today announced support for Habitat for Humanity of Michigan. The organization received a grant through NeighborWorks America, a non-profit organization that supports local efforts to revitalize and sustain communities by promoting and preserving affordable housing.

"Habitat for Humanity is already helping so many families in need find safe and affordable housing, which is revitalizing local neighborhoods," Stabenow said. "This NeighborWorks America grant will allow Habitat for Humanity of Michigan and its volunteers to help even more families make the dream of home ownership a reality."

"An affordable home is part of the American dream, and this grant will make that dream a reality for thousands of families by making it easier to create and maintain affordable housing and for homeowners to stay in their homes through the hard work of local nonprofit groups," Levin said.

Habitat for Humanity of Michigan will receive a grant of $119,000. NeighborWorks America was established by Congress in 1978 as the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation and supports over 240 local and regional nonprofit partner organizations. For more information about NeighborWorks America please visit their website: http://www.nw.org/network/aboutUs/aboutUs.asp.


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