Habitat for Humanity dedicates five houses in Broadmoor

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Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area dedicated five houses in Broadmoor on Sept. 9 that are being rehabbed through a City of Jackson federal HOME grant. The grant program helps local governments to collaborate with non-profits such as Habitat for Humanity to develop affordable housing for low-income families seeking home ownership. More than 30 individuals, including City of Jackson officials and Habitat for Humanity supporters and staff, participated in the event. To learn more about how you can become a Habitat for Humanity homeowner, volunteer, or donor, visit www.habitatmca.org or call 601-353-6060. (Photos by Victoria Stein)
Gift for new Habitat homeowner: Merrill McKewen (left), Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area, presents a new Bible to Genesis Harmon, Habitat’s newest homeowner in the Broadmoor neighborhood. Habitat has a five-year initiative to rehab 100 homes in the neighborhood.
City of Jackson supports Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area: City of Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba headlined speakers at the dedication of five Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area homes in the Broadmoor neighborhood. The homes were rehabbed through a collaboration between Habitat for Humanity and the City of Jackson in obtaining federal funds for the work on the homes.

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Habitat for Humanity dedicates five houses in Broadmoor

By Jackson Advocate News Service
September 29, 2021