Tamarack North donates $5,000 to help local families establish safe, reliable housing

 

Braving the frigid temperatures over the holiday season, the Tamarack North team presented their annual check for $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North. The prominent building company has donated a total of $15,000 to date to the local Habitat organization, with 100 per cent of those funds designated to helping two partner families find affordable housing through the Addie Street Build in Parry Sound.

“Habitat for Humanity is the perfect charity of choice for our company,” said Tamarack President Chris Madden. “I absolutely love that together we are able to assist families in achieving home ownership and simultaneously deal with the issues that surround affordable housing in our area. I have always encouraged all our staff to get more involved.”

The Addie Street duplex, built through the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, is another step by Habitat to help promote homeownership through the mobilization of volunteers and community partners in the Parry Sound region. 

“Thank you for your generosity in helping to build homes for local, hardworking partner families throughout the Ontario Gateway North region,” said Habitat’s Director of Development and Communications, Britta Gerwin. “These funds help us create strength, stability and self-reliance for our families.”

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Founded in 1990, Tamarack North LTD. is a custom home building company based in Muskoka Lakes and Georgian Bay. Tamarack is made up a team of professional engineers and builders whose mission is to build the finest custom lakefront homes, cottages and accessory buildings in a professional, accountable and responsible manner, including their clients in every step of the process. Find out more information about Tamarack by visiting www.tamaracknorth.com

 

Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North is a non-profit organization working to break the cycle of poverty by building homes and promoting affordable homeownership, through the mobilization of volunteers and community partners. Find out more about the organization by visiting http://hfhongatewaynorth.com

For more information or to arrange an interview with Tamarack President Chris Madden or Tamarack Vice President Jake Morrice, please contact:

 

Britta Gerwin, Director of Development

Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North

(705) 646-0106 ext. 205; bgerwin@habitatgatewaynorth.com