Lexington Habitat for Humanity received $50,000 for its Love Your Neighborhood program from the Realtor-Community Housing Foundation. Presenting the check, from left, are Rusty Underwood, foundation board member; Deni Hamilton, foundation president; and Rachel Smith Childress, Habitat for Humanity CEO.
Lexington Habitat for Humanity received $50,000 for its Love Your Neighborhood program from the Realtor-Community Housing Foundation. Presenting the check, from left, are Rusty Underwood, foundation board member; Deni Hamilton, foundation president; and Rachel Smith Childress, Habitat for Humanity CEO. Photo provided
Lexington Habitat for Humanity received $50,000 for its Love Your Neighborhood program from the Realtor-Community Housing Foundation. Presenting the check, from left, are Rusty Underwood, foundation board member; Deni Hamilton, foundation president; and Rachel Smith Childress, Habitat for Humanity CEO. Photo provided

Realtor-Community Housing Foundation donates $100,000 to local nonprofits

August 15, 2016 10:39 AM

UPDATED August 15, 2016 12:01 PM

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