South Shore Habitat for Humanity has received a generous show of support from Burlington developer Northland Residential Corporation for their 53rd homebuilding project, a home to be built on Highland Street in Easton. South Shore Habitat, a Weymouth-based non-profit organization dedicated to building affordable homes in partnership with families in need, is partnering with Northland Residential to coordinate the acquisition of building supplies for this latest project, set to break ground early fall.
As part of a developing partnership, Northland Residential will invite their contractors and vendors to be part of this special project. Jack Dawley, President and Chief Executive Officer of Northland Residential said, “Our company is staunchly committed to giving back to the community, and we feel privileged to contribute to the efforts of an organization such as Habitat for Humanity, which benefits so many families throughout Massachusetts.”
“We thank Northland Residential for supporting South Shore Habitat for Humanity. Our success is dependent upon the generosity of our corporate partners, like Northland Residential. Together, we are able to make the dream of homeownership a reality for local families in need,” said Evelyn Nelson, Vice President of Development.