MARATHON — Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys has been granted a $20,000 disaster services grant from Habitat for Humanity and State Farm Insurance.

The grant will be used to repair homes as part of the Hurricane Irma recovery that still continues three years later.

“Our island community was greatly affected by Hurricane Irma,” said Chris Todd Young, Habitat Middle Keys executive director. “We would like to thank Habitat for Humanity and State Farm for the grant and their help as our community continues to recover.”

Since January 2018, the Middle Keys Habitat has completed 119 home repairs with 14 in process and many pending applications in its pipeline.

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