BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity recently received a $4,900 grant from the U.S. Bank Foundation to help the organization build an affordable home for a local family in need. The home will be constructed at Habitat’s property in Redmond called Quince Townhomes. Once completed, the site will be home to 10 families.
Sherry Jones, U.S. Bank Oregon Cascade District manager, said, “At U.S. Bank, our purpose statement reads, ‘We invest our hearts and minds to power human potential.’ We are passionate about investing our time and resources to create the best path forward for our communities. In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, we are able to help the community build strength and stability to envision what is possible through affordable housing.”
“Habitat is honored to be selected as a grant recipient by the U.S. Bank Foundation. There are so many people in need of affordable housing in Central Oregon and we are committed to making a long-term and transformational impact. With support from our local community, like the U.S. Bank Foundation, we can make a difference,” said Scott Rohrer, Bend-Redmond Habitat executive director.
About Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity
Bend-Redmond Habitat builds strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership for families and individuals in Bend and Redmond. We are dedicated to changing lives by bringing people together to help make a difference in our communities through affordable housing. Since 1989, Bend-Redmond Habitat has built 156 homes and repaired 146 more, providing more than 1040 children and adults a safe, secure and healthy home. bendredmondhabitat.org 541.385.5387.
The Bend ReStore is a home improvement resale center that accepts and sells a wide variety of building materials, appliances and home furnishings. All proceeds from the ReStore benefit Bend-Redmond Habitat’s mission. For more information, restorebend.org, 541.312.6709.