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Tulsa HBA Foundation Donates to RTT


Courtesy photo BENEVOLENT OFFERING: The Home Builders Association Remodelers Council and HBA Charitable Foundation present a check to Revitalize T-Town for $41,856.50 with funds raised from the annual Evening of Giving Gala. From left are Jeffrey Smith-Tulsa HBA CEO; Peter Grant, HBA Charitable Foundation; Jennifer Schafer- Revitalize T-Town; Tana Van Cleave, Chair of the Evening of Giving; Leslie Day, Day’s Building Material; Ed Kaplan, Home Remodeling Showcase Chair; and Ken Saltink, Remodelers Council President.  



The Home Builders Association Remodelers Council and the Home Builders Association Charitable Foundation presented Revitalize T-Town, an organization that makes homes safe and secure for low-income homeowners, with a check for $41,856.50 in October. Funds were raised at the annual Evening of Giving Gala held by the HBA Charitable Foundation in September.

Every year the HBA Charitable Foundation and Tulsa HBA Remodelers Council support a local charity focused on housing and education to further their mission of making the community a better place. Funds raised will be used to provide home repairs towards the 177 homeowners waiting for home repairs.

Revitalize T-Town (RTT), formerly known as Rebuilding Together Tulsa, has spent 21 years serving the community. RTT revitalizes homes by providing home repairs for low-income homeowners in Tulsa. Repairs focus on safety, security, and weatherproofing, and are provided at no cost to the homeowner.

The HBA Charitable Foundation has a broad focus, serving as a conduit to support all philanthropic activities. The mission is to engage in charitable endeavors, on behalf of the residential construction industry, to advance education and housing related needs in the Tulsa Metropolitan area. By providing homes and increasing educational opportunities for children and adults, Tulsa becomes a better place for all.

For more information, visit www.TulsaHBACF.com or call 918-663-5820.

Updated 11-16-2018

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