“We are proud to receive support from the Weinberg Foundation to assist the financially disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals and families in our homeownership program,” said Habitat Chesapeake CEO Mike Posko.
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Three of the properties will be turned into community parks, Posko said. The remaining 53 will be turned into affordable homes “for low-income Habitat partner families,” he said.
Affordable housing organization Habitat Chesapeake serves Baltimore and Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard counties. The Weinberg Foundation, with assets of about $2 billion, helps low-income people by providing grants to support housing, health and socialization needs, according to Habitat Chesapeake.
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