A Sound Investment in a Family's Future
Businesses generously donate cash, materials and services for every Habitat home. We provide maximum exposure for our business donors to generate goodwill across the community.
Your donations will help families like the Pittman's, Henderson's, Fisher's, and Roberts transform their lives and, at the same time help the Church Street and Kirkwood neighborhoods prosper.
By giving a hand-up to low-income neighbors, you not only enrich their lives but also improve the quality of life for all of us in Wicomico County. Habitat has created neighborhoods of families invested in their community, who pay taxes and care about their children's schooling.
Your good work touches us all.
We have big plans for the future and we need your help to continue to build and renovate.
Cash donations from businesses may qualify for tax credits that reduce the cost of a cash donation to about 27 cents on the dollar. Click here /donate/tax.php to learn more about this easy to use way to make your charitable donations go farther.
Donations of materials and services are acknowledged with a gift letter and are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
and Exmore, Va.
The Arthur Perdue Foundation presented a check
for $5,000 to Habitat Family Partners
Buck & Doris McDowell
and Habitat Executive Director, Joan Mulvanny.
Funds were used to finish the renovations at
309 Martin Street.