The Provident Bank Foundation Supports A Safe Place to Live for Youth and Families

 

Standing on the front porch of the latest Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity home in Franklin Township, Somerset County Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation( far left) presents Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 Community Grant check. Captured L to R: David Polomski, Construction Manager, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity; Jan Holmstup, Executive Director, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity; Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Wafa Lamar and her children; Sean Sharry, Banking Center Manager, Provident Bank; Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Evonne Awadalla and Donna Moore, Volunteer and Site Supervisor, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity
Standing on the front porch of the latest Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity home in Franklin Township, Somerset County Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation( far left) presents Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 Community Grant check.
Captured L to R: David Polomski, Construction Manager, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity; Jan Holmstup, Executive Director, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity; Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Wafa Lamar and her children; Sean Sharry, Banking Center Manager, Provident Bank; Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Evonne Awadalla and Donna Moore, Volunteer and Site Supervisor, Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity

Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Ensures
Have A Safe Place to Live

The Provident Bank Foundation, which supports organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the communities served by Provident Bank, recently visited and awarded Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity with a $5,000 Major Grant in support of its A Safe Place to Live for Youth and Families initiative. The Major Grant will fund critical supervision of home construction, which is done by corporate, community, and homeowner volunteers.

“The Provident Bank Foundation understands that there is a growing need in our communities for safe, secure, and affordable homes,” said Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation. “Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity’s, A Safe Place to Live for Youth and Families initiative ensures families with the opportunity to build a promising future.”

“Rule number one, nobody gets hurt; rule number two, everybody leaves tired and satisfied. said Donna Moore, Site Supervisor. “The best part of my job is giving a deserving family the keys to their home.” The Boucherbits are very excited to be moving into their new home on July 23 following a dedication ceremony.

To learn more about the Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity, please call (908) 704-0016. For more information about The Provident Bank Foundation, visit http://www.ProvidentNJFoundation.org or call (862) 260-3990.
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About The Provident Bank Foundation
The Provident Bank Foundation was established in 2003 by The Provident Bank to enhance the quality of life in the region through support of not-for-profit groups, institutions, schools and other 501(c)(3) organizations that provide services in communities served by the Bank. Since inception, the Foundation has granted more than $21million to not-for-profit organizations and institutions working toward stronger communities. For more information about The Provident Bank Foundation, visit http://www.ProvidentNJFoundation.org or call (862) 260-3990.

About Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity
Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity is part of a global not-profit housing ministry that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities, and hope for low and moderate income families in Hunterdon and Somerset counties. Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing through the construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of homes. To learn more about the Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity visit, http://www.rvhabitat.org or by calling (908) 704-0016.