State Farm presents $5,000 check to Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County

 State Farm recognizes the importance of ending poverty housing. That’s why the company recently awarded a $5,000 grant to Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County.  George Pond, State Farm Agent and Eddie Martinez with State Farm’s Public Affairs presented the check to Habitat for Humanity staff and volunteers at one of the Santa Paula work sites. State Farm Photo1

Habitat would like to extend their deep appreciation to George Pond for his tireless efforts to secure support from State Farm. Since 2006, State Farm has awarded more than $30,000 in grant money to Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County.

State Farm has has significantly enabled St. Maximilian’s Habitat to the Max” ministry to complete five Habitat for Humanity homes in Ventura County and prepare for their sixth home in Santa Paula.

At Habitat for Humanity, we help families realize their dreams, believing that everyone deserves a decent place to live. We empower families who are willing to work hard to achieve their dreams of home ownership. Each Habitat homeowner invests hundreds of hours to help build their home, then purchases the home from Habitat for Humanity with an affordable, zero interest mortgage.