From the left to right, Jon Dyer, Jamie Alexander, Alisia Menodoza, and Shirley Justus.
FORT PIERCE – As a community partner with St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity, Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce has transformed the lives of the Alexander/Justus family and strengthened the St. Lucie County community through the Community Contribution Tax Credit Program, a Florida program offering tax incentives for corporations seeking to support affordable housing and home building. This program has been in effect since 1980 and is exclusive to the State of Florida.
Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce sponsored the construction of an affordable new home in Fort Pierce, and thanks to the team at Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce, Jamie Alexander, her daughter Alisia, and her mom Shirley, now have a safe, secure, affordable home to live and grow in.
Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce logged in over 632 volunteer hours toward this build, creating impact and sustainability in our community. With this partnership, another hard working family in our community has achieved home ownership.
About St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity
St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity seeks to be a partner and catalyst in building a community where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. In bringing people together to build or improve houses, Habitat practices a philosophy of “a hand up, not a handout,” and builds on existing community assets: financial, physical, human, social and spiritual. For more information about St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity, visit www.stluciehabitat.org.
About Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce
Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce serves Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Palm City, and Okeechobee and treats the needs of each and every one of their valued clients individually and with paramount concern. For more information about Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce, visit www.dyerchevyftpierce.com.
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