Page 12 THE VILLADOM TIMES II & IV • November 25, 2009 ���������������� Bergen County since 1994. This organization builds or rehabilitates the homes using volunteer labor and donated materials and funds. The homes are sold to the families at no profit and financed with no interest loans. Since its inception, the OritaniBank Charitable Foundation has been a strong supporter of Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County. The foundation supports Habitat through Habitat’s annual Builder of the Year dinner and other fundraising events. This is the third consecutive year the foundation has awarded a matching grant. “There has recently been an increase in demand for the services of Habitat for Humanity, which is constructing homes in Bergen County at the highest rate since its founding. We are pleased to be able to contribute to the organization’s efforts to provide decent, affordable housing to members of our community,” said Kevin J. Lynch, president of the OritaniBank Charitable Foundation and chairman, president and CEO of Oritani Bank. The OritaniBank Charitable Foundation was established in 2007 to assist not-for-profit organizations that help to ����������������������������  Foundation presents $50K matching grant to Habitat The OritaniBank Charitable Foundation has awarded a $50,000 matching grant to Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County. Habitat for Humanity must now raise matching donations to qualify for the full grant award, in effect raising the total to $100,000, which will help fund the anticipated construction of housing units in Waldwick and Oradell for hard-working, low-to-moderate income families. The Waldwick project is being undertaken at 101 Wyckoff Avenue, where a large home is being converted into four affordable condominiums for families in need. Habitat for Humanity received the property from the Borough of Waldwick, and is now working to raise the more than $300,000 needed to renovate the structure. Members of the community are invited to support Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County and be part of the OritaniBank Charitable Foundation matching grant. The following options are available: sponsor a home, $100,000; build a kitchen and bathroom, $50,000; sponsor the flooring, $25,000; build four front doors with frames, $2,000; install windows, $1,000; install vanities, $500; purchase lumber for one room, $150; purchase 50 pounds of nails, $50. Donations of any amount will assist a family in need. Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County has been working to increase the availability of affordable housing in improve the quality of life for residents in Bergen, Hudson, and Passaic counties. Since its inception, the foundation has donated close to $1 million to local charitable organizations, primarily in support of education, health and human services, youth programs, and affordable housing. Oritani Bank is a 98-year-old community bank with over $1.9 billion in assets, based in the Township of Washington. Oritani Bank is a publicly held Mutual Holding Company trading on the NASDAQ with the trading symbol “ORIT.” Oritani Bank has 21 branches throughout Bergen, Hudson, and Passaic counties, and offers a full line of deposit and loan services to both retail and commercial customers. For more information, call 888-ORITANI, or visit their website, Donations can be made payable to Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County Inc. and sent to: Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County, Inc., 10 Banta Place, Suite 105, Hackensack, NJ 07601. Please note that you wish your donation to be applied to towards the Waldwick build project at 101 Wyckoff Avenue. 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