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Green & Healthy Homes Initiative partners with the city of South Bend to improve homes

NOW: Green & Healthy Homes Initiative partners with the city of South Bend to improve homes

SOUTH BEND, Ind— Baltimore-based nonprofit, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI), kicked-off their partnership with the city of South Bend at an event Wednesday morning.

GHHI is a nationwide nonprofit company which primarily focuses their efforts on creating and advocating for healthy, safe, and energy efficient family homes.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg gave the opening remarks of the event.

“There was a real movement by the mayor to say how do we deliver government better, save money on the healthcare side, and reinvest those dollars to make the citizens of South Bend and Saint Joseph County healthier,” said Ruth Ann Norton, President and CEO of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative.

The nonprofit will work closely with medical and public health communities, local officials and housing providers to help streamline home repairs in the city of South Bend.


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