(PITTSTON)-Wells Fargo recently presented Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity with a $35,000 grant award. The charitable contribution will help pay for construction materials associated with Habitat’s East Oak Street project in Pittston, Pa. that will house a local, low-income family. Presenting the check on behalf of the bank were Kevin Engelman, district manager for Well’s Fargo Wilkes-Barre market; AJ Grilli, premier banker; Lauren Ginocchetti, branch manager and Rose Morkavage, regional services senior consultant.
“We are delighted to have Wells Fargo partner with us in our mission to eliminate poverty housing in Wyoming Valley. Providing this support helps the entire community by improving neighborhoods one house at a time,” said Karen Evans Kaufer, executive director of Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity.
“At Wells Fargo, we have enjoyed a nearly 20 year relationship with Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity and are proud to renew our partnership with this wonderful organization,” said Engelman, “The dedicated team helps families in need realize their dream of homeownership by providing well-constructed and affordable housing. We are proud to work alongside Habitat to build better communities.”
Picture: Left to right; Bob Borwick, President, Board of Directors, Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity; Karen Evans Kaufer, Executive Director, WVHFH; Kevin Engelman, District Manager, Wells Fargo; AJ Grilli, Premier Banker, Wells Fargo; Lauren Ginocchetti, Branch Manager, Wells Fargo; Rose Morkavage, Regional Services Senior Consultant, Wells Fargo.