York Habitat for Humanity Announces Integrity Bank Donation

York Habitat for Humanity received a donation from Integrity Bank recently.  The $400 donation was the result of the bank’s Deck the Halls Campaign with included all eight branches of the bank here in southcentral Pennsylvania.

Integrity Bank is a division of S&T Bank.  S&T was founded in Indiana, Pennsylvania in 1902.  The bank now has branches in Eastern Ohio and Western New York as well as Pennsylvania.

The charitable arm of the bank, the S&T Foundation was founded in 2011 and oversees contributions made for non-profit organization like York Habitat for Humanity.  The Foundation believes in philanthropic efforts and volunteerism.

S&T Bank recently donated $180,000 for school age children to learn techniques on how to save and invest their money.

About York Habitat for Humanity

Funded mainly by private donations, York Habitat provides a “hand up, not a hand out” by offering qualified residents low or zero percent interest on a 30 year mortgage.  York Habitat for Humanity, celebrating its 30 anniversary serving York County, is a volunteer driven, Christian-based housing ministry that builds safe, decent, and affordable homes in partnership with local, lower-income people living in substandard housing conditions.  With the completion of York Habitat’s 119th home in early April of 2016, more than 420 men, women, and children will be living in Habitat Homes in York County.  Since 1985, York Habitat has created over $7 million worth of new or rehabilitated affordable housing, which generates more than $300,000 in tax revenue for York County.  Over 2,250 volunteers work with York Habitat annually.

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