Magyar Bank, a leading Middlesex County financial institution supports Triple C Housing and the creation of affordable housing for individuals of very low income and with special needs. Through Magyar Bank Charitable Foundation, a generous grant of $1,000 will assist with the development and construction of a new residence for 10 individuals at risk or homeless to help make the dream of living independently a reality.
Triple C Housing is very grateful to Magyar Bank for this grant to help further its mission to create permanent, supportive housing opportunities, coupled with innovative support services, empowering individuals to live independently with dignity and fulfill their utmost potential.
Kudos and Deep Gratitude to Magyar Bank!
Magyar Bank was founded in 1922 by a group of Hungarian immigrants and businessmen looking for a bank to hel them achieve the Amercian Dream. The name "Magyar" is the Hungarian word to describe an individual from Hungary. Over the yers, the bank has moved beyond serving this original group, but Magyar is stil about achieving dreams - whether those dreams are homeownsership, business growth, educating a child, or community and business development, Magyar remains committed to ist shareholders, customer, and communities.
Triple C Housing, Inc. Ribbon Cutting for Promise House in New Brunswick.
Press Release: Triple C Housing, Inc. Ribbon Cutting for Promise House in New Brunswick. Triple C's Board of Trustees and it's Executive Director invited state and local officials, partners, development team and the new tenants of Promise House to a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 9th at 12 p.m. to celebrate the opening of Promise House in New Brunswick, NJ.
April 12, 2013
Press Release: Triple C Housing, Inc. Ribbon Cutting for Promise House in New Brunswick
Triple C's Board of Trustees and its Executive Director, Leslie Stivale, invited state and local officials, partners, the development team and new tenants of Promise House to a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 9th at 12 p.m. celebrating the opening of Promise House in New Brunswick, NJ.
Left to Right: Anthony Marchetta, NJHMFA, William Waldman, Board Chair, Mayor Cahill congratulates Leslie Stivale, Pam and Chip, and Raul Mendes, Vice Chair
Promise House is designed as a multifamily residence with ten (10) units of affordable supportive housing for individuals at risk of, or experiencing homelessness and/or hospitalization, with special needs. The new building offers a community room, private office space for supportative services and healthcare management, property management, laundry room and backyard, all within close proximity to the downtown area amenities and resources. This project is made possible by the alliances with its sponsors, supporters and partners whom Triple C extends deep gratitude and appreciation.