PENSACOLA – Pensacola Habitat for Humanity (PHH) recently received a $ 100,000 grant from the Gulf Power Foundation, which also partnered with them for Pensacola Habitat’s new bloat and repair assistance program for the humanity (WRAP) launched on May 17.
This new program will allow Pensacola Habitat to perform weather assessments and emergency repairs for Gulf Power customers who meet WRAP qualifications, and will help those homeowners complete some of these repairs.
“Pensacola Habitat is recognized for its leadership in meeting the affordable housing needs of the community. Partnering with an extraordinary community organization such as the Gulf Power Foundation is a critical step in continuing our commitment to ensuring safe and affordable housing options for our community. said Sam Young, CEO of Pensacola Habitat for Humanity.
Gulf Power is not new to the partnership with Pensacola Habitat. For many years, they have supported his efforts to provide affordable homeownership options in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties through PHH’s Community Contribution Tax Credit program, construction annual of women and many other projects and constructions.
“Programs like WRAP are a great way to help homeowners make repairs to their homes that will improve the sustainability of their homes, including energy efficiency improvements,” said Sandy Sims, Managing Director of Gulf Power Foundation. “The Gulf Power Foundation is proud to be able to work with organizations like Pensacola Habitat for Humanity that help our communities in Northwest Florida.”
For more information on how you can partner with PHH or the programs it offers to the community, visit pensacolahabitat.org.