Habitat for Humanity of Berks County is pleased to announce that Gateway Health Plan, Inc. (“Gateway Health”), a leading managed care organization dedicated to caring for the total health of its members, has joined the Miltimore Street Project as a Rooftop Sponsor.

“At Gateway Health, our mission is to care for the whole person in all communities where the need is greatest,” said Karen Rollins-Fitch, Manager, Government and Community Affairs, Gateway Health.
“We know that safe, stable, and affordable housing is an essential component of living a healthy life. We are proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Berks County on the Miltmore Street Project to support healthy housing for the residents of Reading.”

“Our community partners are vital to the success of Habitat Berks,” said Executive Director Tim Daley. “We are thankful for the support of Gateway Health.”

The new homes on Miltimore Street are the next step in The Buttonwood Gateway Project. The houses are designed to establish a healthy and supportive family environment with reduced housing density to improve the overall quality of life in that neighborhood.

“This project includes three city blocks, West Buttonwood Street, Tulpehocken Street, and Miltimore Street,” explained Daley. “We are creating neighborhoods in which people will want to live and interact with others.”

Gateway Health joins Performance Toyota in sponsoring the Miltimore Street home. If your company would like to partner with Habitat Berks on the Miltimore Street project, please contact Penny Hummel at phummel@habitatberks.org or 610-373-3439 x301.

About Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of Berks County (Habitat) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable
organization that believes all people deserve a decent life and the power to build their own futures. Habitat exists to create affordable homeownership opportunities for moderate-income families. Families who purchase Habitat for Humanity homes must contribute 200 hours of sweat equity. Habitat relies on volunteers and families contributing sweat equity for the unskilled labor needed to build the homes. Working in this way, they believe they provide families a hand up rather than a handout, while also providing a way for people to assist hard-working families in our community. Learn more at www.HabitatBerks.org

About Gateway Health

At Gateway Health, we believe in caring for the whole person in all communities where the need is greatest. We see a future in which everyone has equal opportunity to achieve their best health. Through our leading Medicaid and Medicare programs, Gateway Health is coordinating healthcare that goes beyond doctors and medicine that helps members achieve not just physical health, but also delivers whole-person care. Our associates are helping to drive this new kind of healthcare in collaboration with a network of 29,000 primary care physicians, specialists, hospitals, and other ancillary providers. Gateway Health is also committed to supporting our neighbors through our many community outreach and engagement programs.

Tim Daley
Executive Director
Habitat for Humanity

Penny Hummel
Director of Marketing and Development
Habitat for Humanity
610-373-3439 ext 301

Shelley Risk
Chief Marketing Officer
Gateway Health

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