Teamsters assisting Habitat for HumanityThe Teamsters...

Real Estate Digest

January 14, 1996

Teamsters assisting Habitat for Humanity

The Teamsters union has signed an agreement to become a national partner of Habitat for Humanity, an international nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry that builds homes for needy families.

"No one should have to live on the streets or in cardboard boxes; we're asking our members to help families get decent housing," said Teamsters President Ron Carey.

In addition to helping out with the construction work, the international union is encouraging its more than 2 million active and retired members to help transport building supplies.

News in Brief

Carey Winston, a commercial real estate firm based in Chevy Chase, said Alfred Cissel Jr., associate senior vice president and nTC partner, has been appointed director of the Carey-Winston Multi-Family Services Group.

Century 21 Farley & Associates collected more than 200 pounds of food during the Harvest for the Hungry drive in Harford County. Since most people give only during the holiday season, the firm has made arrangements to donate nonperishable items in the summer months.

CHAI, the nonprofit housing and community development agency of the Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, has hired Ida Milner as a bilingual homeownership counselor. Ms. Milner speaks English and Russian. For information call: (410) 466-1990.

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