The I-77 Drive for Community winner is
Our Towns Habitat for Humanity!
Our Towns Habitat for Humanity, located in Cornelius, won with 40 percent of the votes and will receive $10,000. While the remaining four participating organizations did not receive the most votes, they are still winners because each will receive $2,500. Those organizations are listed below.
- Hope House Foundation in Huntersville
- Mooresville Soup Kitchen
- E2D Eliminate the Digital Divide in Cornelius
- Ada Jenkins Center in Davidson.
The I-77 Drive for Community’s focus is to recognize the work nonprofits are doing for their community along the I-77 Express corridor. The five nonprofit organizations participating in this year’s program were selected using the following criterion: provides aid to disadvantaged groups, aids equal opportunity programs and provides infrastructure for the community.
For more information about the I-77 Drive for Community, click HERE.
To make us aware of a nonprofit organization along the I-77 Express corridor that should be considered for the 2019 I-77 Drive for Community, please send us your suggestions by contacting us HERE.