Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground on Hammock Place Homes



Habitat for Humanity Sarasota has announced 11 homes in Hammock Place are fully funded and the organization has broken ground on the first four homes.

In April 2018, as a response to the growing need for affordable housing in the community, Habitat Sarasota launched Lives Transformed: The Campaign for Hammock Place with a goal to raise $7 million to build a neighborhood that will serve 40 families with permanent, affordable housing.

Now, the nonprofit has reported that the land, the site development and infrastructure for Hammock Place is fully funded through a partnership with The Kolter Group and the Community Foundation of Sarasota County. The first eight homes are funded by the following donors and partners: FCCI Insurance Group, Stock Signature Homes, Jerry & Fay Bainbridge, the late Trudy Blumenthal, a valued volunteer, the late Joseph & Marion Schasney and an anonymous donor.

The additional three homes are funded by: Publix Super Markets Charities; Wells Fargo Foundation; Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation; Stearns Bank; Williams Parker; Bank of America; Isermann Family Foundation; Michael J. Belle and Achieva Credit Union.

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