Habitat for Humanity Dedicates New Homes

U.S. Representative Ted Deutch spoke at a Habitat for Humanity of Broward home dedication event for five deserving families last Saturday.
“These days our country often seems divided. News headlines highlight conflict, partisanship and controversy. Those divisions make moments like this essential,” said Deutch. “Today’s dedication is the product of the hard work of people of all walks of life, faiths and political affiliations. When everything else seems to divide us, service can unite us.”
Additionally, he quoted former President Jimmy Carter and his passion for helping families reach their goal of homeownership and financial stability. “The great gift of Habitat for Humanity is that it offers us a way to reach out to fellow humans who don’t have a decent place to live,” added Deutch. “In fact, it’s the best way I know.”
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Broward brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat Broward offers a “hand up” not a “hand out” to low to very low-income families who are unable to qualify for conventional financing but are willing to work hard to improve their family’s lives. For more information about Habitat for Humanity of Broward www.habitatbroward.org.

Pictured from left to right: Ric Green, CEO Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce; Florida Congressman Ted Deutch; Pastor Robert Stanley from the Hopewell Baptist Church; Pompano Beach City Commissioner Barry Ross; Nancy Robin, CEO and executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Broward county; Bill Feinberg, President of Allied Kitchen & Bath and Habitat Chair of the Board, and Bibi Marchitto of Choice Mortgage.
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