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A History of Philanthropy Made Green-certified Legend Homes an Easy Choice for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Date:10/12/2007

ions totaling over $300,000. A Legend Homes program in Linn and Benton Counties, now in its fifth year, not only gives small grants to nonprofits in the Corvallis and Albany regions but also offers free workshops to help Linn and Benton County nonprofits with fundraising and to help build donations. In addition, employees annually conduct food drives in Legend Communities. Last year employees picked up food donations from approximately 1,300 homeowners.

For more information, contact:

Mara Woloshin

Legend Homes PR Counsel

Woloshin Communications

mara@woloshin.com

Cell: 503.310.4504

Krista Boyd

Legend Homes Director of Marketing & Communications

kboyd@legendhomes.com

503.620.8080 X219

Nicki Hurley

Legend Homes Corvallis Communities Marketing Coordinator

nhurley@legendhomes.com

541.754.2102 X123


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