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Habitat for Humanity of Smith County receives USDA grant

Posted/updated on: October 18, 2021 at 11:56 am
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Habitat for Humanity of Smith County receives USDA grantTYLER – Habitat for Humanity of Smith County has received a $300,000 Housing Preservation Grant from the United States Department of Agriculture for critical home repairs for rural East Texans. The grant will be used to repair 25 homes in rural portions of Anderson, Cherokee, Henderson, Rains, Rusk, Smith, Van Zandt, and Wood counties. The funds will be leveraged with the $207,858 grants Habitat received this year from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance, Temple Foundation, and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. In a news release, Smith County Habitat CEO Jack Wilson pointed out, “Many of our clients have to choose between paying for a home repair and buying groceries or medicine.” Go here for information on how to apply.



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