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making a donation. Your donations are tax-deductible, as Frontier is a
501(c)(3) charitable organization.
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Morehead, KY 40351
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How They Chose to Help
REPAIR AFFAIR 2009
Independence Ė A Repair Affair Success Story
ALLEN HOLBROOK AND FORREST ROBERTS
When we moved to Rowan County in 1979, we quickly became aware of the
shortage of affordable housing. There was not enough housing available,
and much of what was available was substandard. Simultaneous with becoming
aware of this problem we also learned that there was an organization named
Frontier Housing that was working to solve it. We were impressed that
Frontier Housing was not only working to alleviate the housing shortage by
building affordable houses, but it was also providing skills training to
We left Morehead twenty-three years ago, but we have
continued to support Frontier Housing because we know how vitally
important its work is. Because of the ongoing dedication of all those
involved with Frontier, many low income families have been able to fulfill
their dream of owning their own home.
DR. MARY JANE HUMKEY
Iíve always believed in the importance of giving back to the community,
and if I canít do it in person, then I try to make financial contributions
to organizations that put my beliefs into action. Iím glad to support
Frontier Housing in their efforts to enable people in this area to
maintain quality housing. Iím so proud of the work that they do. Everyone
deserves to live in a home that is clean and sturdy, and provides a
healthy environment in which families can grow and thrive. Itís my hope
that others will join me in supporting Frontier Housing in their
commitment to the future.
Project Redwood is a social venture initiative of the Stanford Business
School Class of 1980 that seeks to invest in and support high quality
nonprofits that make a lasting difference in alleviating poverty. We are
very pleased to support Frontierís prototype modest sized manufactured
home offering. We see in it a catalyst to bring quality homes that are
affordableóand importantly, fairly-financedóto many families in Appalachia
Frontierís spirit of innovation and continuous
improvement, and remarkable blend of a business mindset and approach while
serving an important social mission, makes it a ďnaturalĒ for our
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