Wells Fargo donates $4,000 to IHA’s Homeownership Education Program
IHA received $4,000 from Wells Fargo Foundation on behalf of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage to help underwrite expenses associated with our Homeownership Education and Counseling services. Presenting the check to Travis Hardmon, IHA’s Director of Fund Development, is Christina Tedrick, Branch Manager with the Hagerstown office. Also pictured are Bryan Lyburn, IHA’s Director of Business Operations, and Brittany Blankenship, Home Mortgage Consultant.
The leading nonprofit affordable housing developer in the region, IHA is currently working with eleven families in Shippensburg, PA who will be able to move into their new homes this spring after more than 1,000 hours of “sweat equity” which takes the place of a cash down payment. Twenty-two families in Shippensburg have already completed the Self-Help Program, and more than 200 families have built new homes under IHA’s guidance and experienced construction management team throughout central and western Maryland and south-central Pennsylvania. Low to moderate income individuals and families interested in IHA’s Self-Help Program should call (717) 532-2475 or visit www.interfaithhousing.org.
Wells Fargo is proud to support organizations like Interfaith Housing Alliance who are working to strengthen communities by providing affordable housing opportunities and supportive services to improve the quality of life and economic stability of working families and individuals.