PRG helps lay the foundation for stronger families and neighborhoods.
Abdul, his wife Asli and their 6 wonderful children worked with PRG to move from Minneapolis Public Housing to purchase their first home in September 2016. Abdul's family is an amazing example of how PRG supports individuals and families in their homeownership goals and works at the invitation of neighborhoods to build strong communities.
"We believe in America for dreams. We have big dreams like this house now," Abdul sharing his family's story in a powerful video.
PRG is here for:
• People who want to own a home but don’t think they can because of their financial situation, family history of not owning, or systemic racism
• Homeowners who are at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure and need expert guidance and support
• Households that are looking to own the just-right home (large families, unique needs) for the just-right price
• Families who are looking toward the future and just need a helping hand to get started
In the Twin Cities, 77% of white people own their homes, while only 40% of people of color do. PRG envisions a future in which all people have equal access to homes that fit and all neighborhoods are places of opportunity. Our mission is to combine community-based affordable housing development with education and counseling to help all people and neighborhoods thrive. And we need your help to do it.
All donations up to $6,000 on Give the the Max Day 2017 will be matched by the Kopp Family Foundation.
Thank you for your generosity and for supporting strong families and communities!
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