All In Credit Union has been helping with the up-keep on land the City of Dothan, Ala. donated to Hurricane Katrina survivors almost 15 years ago.
Dothan built up the subdivision of Diamond Grove Park with 14 homes to house Katrina evacuees, according to a WTVY Channel 4 article. Now, the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity is responsible for upkeep of the land.
However, All In Credit Union recently saw what the Habitat for Humanity was doing and decided to help. The credit union gave Habitat a grant for $22,000 in repairs.
“Our mission is to enhance the lives of our members and community,” Laurie Flanders, leader of sales and leadership development at All In, told WTVY. “This is just one of the ways we like to do that — here giving back to our local Habitat for Humanity.”
For more information, read the full WTVY article here.
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