We are pleased to announce that the Bank of America has awarded Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity a $5,000 grant. The funds are part of a recently announced $22 million in housing-related grants that will impact low- and moderate-income communities in 34 states. The grant will be used towards the completion of our 3-family structure on Hosley Street in Manchester. GMHFH is one of seven nonprofits in New Hampshire to receive a total of $90,000 in grants.
“In response to the many challenges facing our communities, we are focusing our philanthropic support on areas vital to advancing local economies,” said Ken Sheldon, Bank of America New Hampshire president. “The bank’s investment in New Hampshire nonprofits that help individuals and families regain financial stability through housing and other community development initiatives is one way we’re working to stabilize and advance the state.”