We, at ANC, are thrilled to be collaborating with Sensity, an organization dedicated to addressing housing challenges and recruitment needs. Our expertise lies in designing and constructing modular homes, and we’re excited that Sensity is actively considering modular homes as a potential solution to meet future housing demands. It’s inspiring to see Sensity’s commitment to exploring innovative avenues.
Furthermore, our partnership extends to working closely with the City of Brantford and the County of Brant in a joint effort to evaluate affordable and accessible housing options in Paris. This collaboration underlines our shared dedication to improving housing opportunities for all.
A significant milestone in our journey is the remarkable $100,000.00 grant generously provided by the Lions Home for Deaf People in support of Sensity’s modular housing project. This grant serves as a testament to the spirit of collaboration and community support that drives us forward. We genuinely appreciate this contribution, and it will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in advancing our mission to deliver enhanced housing solutions.
The connection between Sensity and ANC Modular runs deep, with ANC’s founder Andrew Neill having grown up at W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind, where his parents were actively involved.
Together, ANC and Sensity are committed to making a positive impact on housing accessibility and quality, and we look forward to the promising outcomes our partnership will yield.
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