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Habitat for Humanity gets donation to help Spanish Fork family

PROVO — Habitat for Humanity recently received a sizeable donation to support its quest to get low-income people into homes of their own.

G.E. Capital Financial Inc. recently donated $20,000 to assist a family of nine this summer, said Kena Jo Mathews, Habitat's executive director.

The family and volunteers plan to build the home in southeast Spanish Fork, off Canyon Road. On the open market, the five-bedroom, two-bath home would be worth about $200,000, Mathews said.

"This aligns with our overall efforts to help drive community empowerment," said Tim Carfi, president and chief executive officer of G.E. Capital.

— Rodger L. Hardy

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