Sonora, CA – Lowe’s has donated $400,000 to Tuolumne County Habitat For Humanity for development of the Parrotts Ferry Village.
Habitat For Humanity plans to construct 36 single family townhomes on property located north of Columbia over the next five years.
"We’re in the business of helping people maintain and improve their homes," says Ed Burris, Lowe’s District Manager. "Through our partnership with Habitat and our employee volunteers offering their expertise on build sites, we are honored to help support Habitat’s mission of making decent affordable housing a reality for their partner families."
Lowe’s is in the process of constructing its new store in Tuolumne County along Old Wards Ferry Road.
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