While St. Joseph Healthcare prepares to break ground on a new home for physicians, they’re helping low income locals do the same.
The healthcare system presented a $1,000 check and building materials to Habitat for Humanity.
The gifts were presented at the site of their soon to be 23,000 square foot medical office building.
“We are able to donate everything in the house, the flooring, the tubs, the toilets, everything, so that they can reuse it or sell it in their store,” said Mary Prybylo, President and CEO of St. Joseph Healthcare.
“These donations go right through and fund right into our building fund so that we’re able to continue the service,” said Amanda Charette Operations Manager for Habitat for Humanity
The supplies come from the Clift Darling House, home of their Community Networks Foundation, which will be deconstructed soon.
They’re relocating to a spot on Congress Street.