Earlier this week, the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity and Platform Beer Company are came together once again to build a home through their, “Haze to Raise the Roof,” initiative to support Habitat for Humanity’s mission to provide strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership.
Platform Beer Company will be partnering with Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity in a home build in the Cleveland area. Cleveland Habitat for Humanity, which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, has helped more than 300 families secure a safe and stable place to call home in the Cleveland area.
On Wednesday, October 19, Platform Beer Company was on-site to build a home in support of Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity. Platform team members were also on-site to volunteer through demoing, cleaning, and painting.
Platform Beer Company and Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity’s partnership has been ongoing throughout this year with “Haze to Raise the Roof”. Platform Beer Company also presented a donation of $10,000 from a portion of the sales of Haze Jude to continue to bring the community together through affordable housing.
“We applaud Platform’s commitment to supporting community initiatives that help individuals and neighborhoods,” said John Habat, president and CEO of Cleveland Habitat for Humanity. “We are honored to partner with them.”
Cleveland Habitat for Humanity builds, repairs and sells homes to families with an affordable 0% interest mortgage while connecting them to the community through neighborhood revitalization projects. The affiliate also advocates for fair and just housing policies locally and state-wide.
“Giving back to our local community, in which we live, work, and play, is part of Platform Beer Company’s core values. Haze to Raise the Roof and the spring Habitat home build will increase awareness of the good work Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity does to improve homeownership,” said Brittany Foster, Director of Marketing for Platform Beer Company.
Platform encourages the community to come together and celebrate the cause by enjoying a Haze Jude at their main pub or purchasing one at your favorite bar or restaurant this fall!
Evan Dammarell is a sports journalist covering all things Cleveland right off the shores of Lake Erie. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. You can also email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can also be found three to five times a week on Locked On Cavs, a part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
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