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Fifth Third Bank supports our Community Life Programs

Homeport President/CEO Amy Klaben accepted a $50,000 gift today on behalf of our Community Life Programs. Fifth Third Bank President & CEO of Central Ohio Jordan A. Miller, Jr. and Vice President / Community Affairs Director Stefanie Steward-Young presented the check to Amy and students in the after-school program at Pheasant Run - a Homeport Rental Living Community located in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

The donation will be used to make upgrades to the community center, which is utilized by over 130 households and their 247 children. These renovations, beginning in fall 2012, will enable us to better serve the needs of our 450+ residents.

EMH&T donates computers for communities

The halls at the Homeport main office were recently overtaken by 28 desktop computers. Longtime partner EMH&T made the generous donation, which will help more of our residents become connected to online resources.

A crew of volunteers have been hard at work updating the computers and getting them ready for their new owners. In the coming weeks, we will move the computers to seven of our communities — four per site.  The computers will be given to kids in our summer camp, who will earn the chance to be selected by meeting participation and behavior criteria. Having a computer on display at each site will remind the campers that it takes daily practice to reach long-term goals.

A big thank you to EMH&T for offering the computers to our families. We appreciate you thinking of us.