My Front Door makes a group effort for low income housing

My Front Door group effort
My Front Door group effort(Valeria Fugate)
Published: Jun. 14, 2022 at 5:52 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -My front door, a low-income housing non-profit, celebrated paying off a mortgage note, for one of their future build properties, by burning it Tuesday morning.

They celebrated twice in Laramie, with “the burning” and a future build home property dedication.

The group celebrating included students from the University of Wyoming’s College of Business Ethics club, Sparks Tank program.

The future build will be for workers in need of low to moderate-income housing.

The units will include 6 twin homes and a single-family unit, the Spark Tank program also gave $45,000 dollars.

“They are Laramie’s essential workers. Those families that the community can’t operate without are looking for affordable housing ad are looking for a way to end poverty for themselves and their children. They will be in our program,” said Brenda Birkle, My Front Door Executive Director.

My front door also recently merged with habitat for humanity.

Any businesses or individuals who want to donate or get involved can click here.

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