JEMC Foundation awards $15k to Madison County Habitat for Humanity

The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total $95,500 in grants during its October meeting, including $15,000 to Madison County Habitat for Humanity, to purchase materials such as drywall, insulation, plumbing, interior construction and an HVAC unit that have not been donated for a house being built for its tenth partner family. At the check presentation are (L-R) Ruthie Holloman, Madison County Habitat for Humanity board member; John King, Madison County Habitat for Humanity board chair; Briane Schwab, Madison County Habitat for Humanity board member and Jackson EMC strategic planning analyst; and Jean Mullis, Jackson EMC district manager.

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