Retirement Housing Foundation catalyzes major gift to hurricane recovery

The United Church of Christ’s 2017 Hurricane Relief Fund has received a generous gift from the residents, team members and friends of Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), more than $100,000, which helped push UCC disaster donations earmarked to assist people affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria over the $2 million mark.

RHF, a member of the Council for Health and Human Services Ministries of the United Church of Christ (CHHSM), is a non-profit provider of housing and services for older adults, with 191 communities in 29 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Click here to read the full UCC News story.

Categories: Disaster Updates

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