Habitat for Humanity dedicates two homes in West Palm Beach

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Habitat for Humanity Palm Beach County recently dedicated two homes on the 800 block of Fifth Street in West Palm Beach as part of its National Women Build Program.

The two homes, funded by women, built by women and ultimately occupied by women, were dedicated Aug. 11 to the Auguste and Jordan families as part of Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build initiative.  Dozens of supporters, sponsors, family members and dignitaries attended this emotional event, including West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio, who presented the keys to both women.

Along with national sponsor Lowe’s and local sponsors, approximately 45 crews of Palm Beach County women raised funds and provided the labor to complete the two homes.

Pictured above: Thanks to Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build Program, West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio hands over the keys to a new house to Brandy Jordan and daughter Destiny. Photo courtesy fo Habitat for Humanity Palm Beach County

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