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Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County Named 2017 Major Grant Recipient by The Provident Bank Foundation

image005.jpgHabitat for Humanity in Monmouth County is the recipient of a Major Grant of $25,000 from The Provident Bank Foundation. The Foundation’s funding will be used to support The House that Youth Built project, an initiative that engages more than 50 Long Branch High School students to design and construct a home via the Project Lead the Way program. Project Lead the Way utilizes a STEM curriculum to encourage students to pursue academic and career objectives in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

“We want to thank The Provident Bank Foundation for their generous support of The House that Youth Built project that will construct a new home for a deserving low-income family,” said Diane Kinnane, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County. “Additionally, it will provide a real-world STEM learning experience for the Project Lead The Way students at Long Branch High School.”

Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation, along with Al Giobbie, Senior Vice President/Regional Manager and Laura Huderwitz, First Vice President/Market Manager, recently visited Long Branch High School to meet the Project Lead the Way students and to present the grant check.  

The PBF’s Major Grants program funds projects or programs that address one of the Foundation’s funding priority areas: Community Enrichment, Education, and Health, Youth and Families. Major Grants provide between $5,000 and $25,000 in funding to support organizations that have identified an immediate need in the community and the individuals they serve.

“HFHMC provides a unique, specialized learning opportunity for its students, granting them access to a real-world experience – working on the design and construction of a new single-family home,” said Jane Kurek, Executive Director, PBF. “These students are applying learned skills to not only make themselves healthier, happier and safer, but to improve their community as well. We couldn’t be prouder of this investment.”

For more information about HFHMC, visit For more information on The Provident Bank Foundation, visit or call (862) 260-3990.

About The Provident Bank Foundation

image001.jpgThe Provident Bank Foundation was established in 2003 by Provident Bank to enhance the quality of life in the region through support of not-for-profit groups, institutions, schools and other 501(c)(3) organizations that provide services in communities served by the Bank. Since inception, the Foundation has granted more than $22 million to not-for-profit organizations and institutions working toward stronger communities. For more information about The Provident Bank Foundation, visit or call (862) 260-3990.