Tempe, Ariz. (June 04, 2016)-‐ Altisource is joining forces with Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona this summer and fall to help with exterior home improvements on 20 homes throughout the Valley.
Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona will use the funds to support painting, landscaping and street beautification. The first projects kick off this weekend in Tempe, Arizona. Lisa Weide, chief program officer of Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona said, “Affordable housing issues are not limited to those needing a new home, but also in neighborhoods and existing homes. We are grateful to Altisource and the volunteers for working with us to
help keep neighborhoods beautiful and safe.” Altisource will support more than 116 revitalization projects in seven communities across the United States to help homeowners continue to live in safe, decent and affordable homes for years to come. Altisource and Habitat for Humanity entered a global collaboration in 2016 to help fund home and preservation projects across the country.
About Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona
Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona is a local nonprofit organization that partners with families in need of decent, affordable housing to build strength, stability and self-‐‑ reliance through shelter. This faith-‐‑based organization builds affordable housing, improves communities and revitalizes neighborhoods and has been serving Central Arizona since 1985. This affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International is one of the most active and is consistently listed in the top ten among the nearly 1,400 Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the United States. Habitat has completed more than 1,100 homes in the metro Phoenix area.