(PITTSTON) Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity has been awarded a $5,000 grant from MotorWorld Toyota to help fund their current home build in Pittston and to help a family achieve the dream of homeownership.
“We are delighted to have MotorWorld Toyota partner with us in our mission to eliminate poverty housing. Providing this support helps the entire community by improving neighborhoods one house at a time,” said Karen Evans Kaufer, executive director, Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity.
“MotorWorld Toyota is proud to support Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity in their ongoing mission to help local families who are in need of housing throughout the valley and especially the East Oak Street Project in Pittston,” said Rick Osick, President, MotorWorld|MileOne Autogroup.
Picture: From left to right: Rick Osick, president, MotorWorld|MileOne Autogroup; Karen Evans Kaufer, executive director, Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity.