PNC Bank Continues its Generous Support
IHA recently received $15,000 from PNC Bank in support of the Housing First program in Frederick County.
The grant represents the 8th year of major grant funding, and the 15th year in a row of support from PNC Bank for IHA’s programs and services.
PNC Bank’s Chairman states, “A business cannot succeed if its communities are not well positioned for future growth and success. That is why at PNC we devote resources and human capital to seed ideas, foster development initiatives and support nonprofit organizations. We are proud of the work we do in our communities and will continue to play our part to ensure the long term vitality of each of the communities in which we operate.”
IHA truly appreciates PNC’s long-term devotion to improving low-to-moderate income neighborhoods and the quality of life for Frederick County residents!
Grants from foundations and corporations have contributed greatly to IHA’s continued progress in addressing shelter-poverty issues by developing safe and affordable communities. At the present time IHA is building three new communities and is getting ready to start a fourth. In addition, IHA owns and manages 140 family and senior apartments in six communities, and provides property management services to a nonprofit organization that serves victims of domestic violence. Throughout our history of just over twenty years, thousands of low to moderate income families, individuals and senior citizens throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania have benefited.