The American retail giant Lowe's recently donated $22,500 to the nonprofit Trinity Habitat for Humanity to support the completion of 15 home preservation projects in Fort Worth.
The investment is a part of Lowe's renewed engagement with Habitat for Humanity, which also includes a $2.5 million commitment to support 100 regional Habitat for Humanity organisations working on home renovation and repair projects all around the United States.
15 of Cowtown Brush Up's projects in North Texas were supported by Lowe's. The jobs involve tasks like basic exterior repairs, removing old paint, priming, and painting the exterior.
A programme called Cowtown Brush Up assists low-income households in painting and other modest exterior repairs to their homes.
According to Trinity Habitat for Humanity, many of the homeowners are older people on limited incomes who are no longer able to perform this kind of work on their own.
According to Trinity Habitat for Humanity, low to moderate-income households across the country continue to lack access to quality, affordable home repair and remodelling services.
The nonprofit group in Fort Worth will be able to expand its work to assist Fort Worth families in addressing important health and safety issues in their homes thanks to the support of Lowe's funding.
Twenty Lowe's employees contributed their time to two of the sponsored projects earlier in October. They planted flowers, mowed yards, and painted the exteriors of the houses.
This collaboration between Lowe's and Habitat for Humanity started in 2003. Since then, Lowe's has contributed to numerous initiatives run by the international nonprofit organisation Habitat for Humanity, such as the Women Build Program and the Neighborhood Revitalization Program.
In addition to offering affiliate grants and donated goods, Lowe's has funded local builds, staff volunteer days, and the Cost of Home national advocacy campaign for Habitat for Humanity. With Lowe's commitment through 2022, the corporation will have given Habitat for Humanity more than $84 million in total.
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