BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- Lowe’s Home Improvement Center and Broome County Department of Probation volunteered at Family Enrichment Network’s Housing Connections Program on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Representatives worked alongside staff and tenants to landscape the newly constructed 19 unit permanent-supportive housing project.
Landscaping, gardening and outdoor seating were provided by Lowe’s and Visions Federal Credit Union.
Housing Connections opened in March 2021. The newly constructed 19 unit permanent-supportive housing unit is located on Virgil Street in Binghamton. Their goal is to provide safe and quality housing for persons experiencing homelessness.
The Housing Connections program is funded by the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance and New York State Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative.
Family Enrichment Network said they want all children, adults and families in their service area to have an opportunity to grow and develop to their full potential.
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