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Citi gives money, time to two Habitat projects

September 01, 2011
  • From left, Gary Browning, Jennifer Browning, Teresa Stottlemyer, Nita Wright, Paula Crebbs and Adam Krentzman of Citi volunteered their time Aug. 3 to work on Habitat for Humanity of Washington Countys Apostles Build No. 2 home on Interval Road in Hagerstown.
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Citicorp Credit Services Inc. presented Habitat for Humanity of Washington County with a donation of $12,000 to help finish two building projects — the Women Build Educators' House and the Apostles Build No. 2 house.

"Citi is pleased to support Habitat's mission of helping families in need to obtain safe, affordable housing," said Cassandra Latimer, public affairs officer for Citi.

In addition to the donation, Citi employees volunteered their time on multiple workdays on each of the homes.

"We are so grateful for Citi," said Sherry Brown Cooper, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Washington County. "Citi and its employees do so much to improve the communities in which they work and live."

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