VTX1 Companies Home Dedication, 883 W. Riggs Ave, Raymondville

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We are pleased to announce that the VTX1 Companies House is complete! 

Texas Border Business

Habitat for Humanity of the Rio Grande Valley will be celebrating the completion of their first Habitat Home in Raymondville at their home dedication. The house was built in partnership with VTX1 Companies to help the Dominguez Family dream of being a homeowner become a reality. Along with a $50,000 donation, VTX1 Companies contributed volunteer hours towards the construction of the house. 

WHAT:  Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication & Open House

WHEN: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 10:00 AM

WHERE:  883 W. Riggs Avenue, Raymondville, Texas

The family will be available for interview after the presentation.

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About VTX1 Companies

VTX1 is a proud and active member of its communities offering support and advancement through education, sponsorship, and outreach initiatives. We are committed to fostering partnerships that strengthen the local economy, cultivate growth and development, and enhance the quality of life of our communities. Since 1952, VTX1 has been a vital partner to the communities of South Texas with recent expansion into the Central Texas market. Our Corporate Social Responsibility program was established to enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve, through charitable sponsorships and community outreach initiatives in support of our program goals.

About Habitat for Humanity of the Rio Grande Valley

Since 1988, Habitat for Humanity of the Rio Grande Valley has been dedicated to the idea that all people deserve to own a home that is both comfortable and affordable. Working in partnership with God, Habitat changes lives by enabling people who live in substandard housing to become responsible homeowners. Habitat is responsible for the construction of over 130 homes throughout the Valley. Located at 412 W. Ash Ave., off Business 83 in McAllen and 507 N. 1st. Street in Harlingen. Habitat offers a “hand up” and not a “hand out” to low-income families from the four-county region. Family partners must be hard working, low-income residents that may not be able to qualify for a traditional mortgage.

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