Jays Team Up With Habitat For Humanity
Dunedin, FL - The Dunedin Blue Jays front office staff and players recently spent two days working on a house for a family in need to help benefit Habitat for Humanity, a worldwide non-profit organization that helps eliminate poverty and homelessness.
The players and staff helped build a home just outside of Downtown Dunedin from May 24-25, where a small neighborhood is being built up for families looking to be first-time homeowners.
Habitat for Humanity specializes in building homes for those in need, and has been active in Pinellas County for 25 years, with the non-profit organization celebrating that milestone earlier this year.
All funds are raised locally within Pinellas County and the organization receives no money from any part of their parent company: Habitat for Humanity International, which is based out of Americus, GA.
For more information on Habitat for Humanity in Pinellas County, call them at (727)-536-4755 or visit their official website online at www.phfh.org.
For more press information, please contact Tim Livingston at (727) 738-7027 or by e-mail at Tim.Livingston@bluejays.com.
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