As Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity prepares to begin construction on four homes for low- and moderate-income families in the region, Bank of America announces it's support by contributing $15,000 as part of their Charitable foundation program. These funds will help bring one family closer to achieving the American dream of homeownership.
“We are delighted to receive this generous grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation,” said Maria Vasquez, Executive Director of Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity. “While we continue to work with people to provide affordable housing, Bank of America’s investment in our organization will allow us to expand our reach and improve lives here in Dona Ana County.”
Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization. MVHFH became a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International in October, 1987. Citizens of the greater Las Cruces area govern this local affiliate. In April 2015, MVHFH completed its 100th home in Las Cruces, through partnership with the City of Las Cruces, local builders, and local organizations. For more information, visit www.lascruceshabitat.org .
Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc. presents Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity with a $15,000 donation to go towards the building of Habitat’s 102nd home. Pictured from left to right are; Dawson Dinsmore, President of the MVHFH Board of Directors; Maria Vasquez, Executive Director at MVHFH; Paul Bridgers, Vice President/Senior Resident Director at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America; and Matthew Mossburg, Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America