Habitat for Humanity and First
National Bank partner on new home
knoxnews.com-First National Bank and Loudon County Habitat for Humanity have teamed up to build a new home in Habitat’s Hope Haven neighborhood.
“First National Bank’s support of our local community goes back to our founding in 1907. We are especially proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity because our bank board member Joy Littleton, and our lending executive Todd Bolinger both work closely with Loudon County Habitat,” said David Allen, president and CEO of First National Bank. “We believe in the mission of Habitat for Humanity because we know the foundation of financial self-sufficiency begins with home ownership - one of the fundamental American dreams.”
First National Bank is monetarily sponsoring the home build as well as recruiting their employees and board members to volunteer on the job site. Future homeowner Tim Mincey and First National volunteers worked together to raise the walls on the home.
Seeking to put God’s love in to action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. For more info on the Loudon County Habitat program, visit www.loudoncountyhabitat.org or contact Loudon County Habitat at 865-458-0704.