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Home Repair Project partners with Three Stones Church of Wyoming

Mar 02, 2014
Source: Submitted Happy with the results of the home repair project are (l-r) volunteers from Three Stones Church in Wyoming Jeff Townsend, Glenn Wright, Wanda Townsend, Paula Hess and Kyle Hess, shown with homeowner Richard Dykes on his new front entrance.

Three Stones Church of Wyoming and Milford Housing Development Corporation’s Home Repair Project joined together Feb. 22 to provide emergency home repair to a Delaware homeowner in Kings Cliff Mobile Home Park in Dover. The two organizations were able to build a handicap-accessible ramp for the homeowner to allow better access into his home along with putting in a new outlet for the homeowner to charge his motor scooter.

The Home Repair Project provides emergency-related health and safety repairs to qualified Delaware homeowners. With the help of volunteers and grants obtained through local partnerships, all repairs are provided at no cost to qualified recipients. Since 1991, the Home Repair Project has helped thousands of families make their homes safer.

MHDC is a mission-driven nonprofit housing developer with a sensible approach and a caring environment for people of modest means. It was first formed in 1977 by local residents who saw a need for affordable housing solutions. For more information about MHDC or the Home Repair Project, go to www.milfordhousing.com or call 302-422-8255.


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