Habitat For Humanity Of Suffolk Receives Community Partner Grant

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Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk's executive director Lee Silberman is presented with a check from Trish Rivers, program director of Community Impact at United Way of Long Island. (Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk)
Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk’s executive director Lee Silberman is presented with a check from Trish Rivers, program director of Community Impact at United Way of Long Island. (Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk)

Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk announced it has received a $6,000 Community Partner grant from United Way of Long Island.

The funding will support Habitat’s mission of building homes for families in need. Funds like this allow Habitat to purchase building supplies for projects and this, coupled with hundreds of volunteers building homes, enables Habitat to build farther and faster.

—Submitted by Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk

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