Building Better Communities

Baltimore City government and nonprofit organizations are contributing $9.6 million to repair and modify homes of older adults through the Housing Upgrades to Benefit Seniors (HUBS) program, Mayor Brandon Scott announced on Wednesday.

The investment will help make homes safer for older adults, and allow aging residents to remain part of their communities, Scott said.

Maria Johnson Darby, chief operating officer at Keswick, said her organization is thrilled to work with its partners to enable older community members to “live well, age well and be well.”

“By pooling our resources with other funders, Keswick recognizes that we can exponentially increase our ability to positively impact the health and well being of older people in Baltimore City, so they can remain living in their homes, in their communities, doing the things they love for as long as possible.”

 

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