Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County Receives $200,000 Through Keystone Communities Program

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A nonprofit organization in Bucks County was recently granted a large sum of money in order to continue their operations in the area. Patty Tascarella wrote about the local organization in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County, headquartered at 539 Jacksonville Road, Suite 100 in Warminster, recently received $200,000 through Governor Tom Wolf’s Keystone Communities Program. The program dispersed grants for 51 projects throughout the state of Pennsylvania.

The Warminster-based organization received the money I order to continue the implementation of accessible housing in Bucks County. Just last month, the organization built its 125th affordable home in the area.

“These projects will build stronger communities, attract new residents and businesses and boost the commonwealth’s economy,” Governor Wolf said. Since January of 2015, approximately $38 million has been approved through the program. This has helped the funding of 247 projects statewide, many of which focus on businesses, accessible housing projects and public infrastructure improvements.

Read more about the Warminster-based organization in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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