38099 Schoolcraft Suite 125
Livonia MI 48150
Mon - Fri 9am-5pm
Weekends - CLOSED
We are not just rebuilding we are investing in property and human capital, simultaneously.
ENABLING FAMILIES TO ACHIEVE THE AMERICAN DREAM OF UPWARD MOBILITY
REBUILDING ESTABLISHED HOMES FOR AFFORDABLE BUYERS
By volunteering for Building Families First Community Organization not only will you be making a difference to the lives of others who use BFFCO services, you’ll also be enriching your own life.
Deanna’s dream of owning her own home is made possible with the support from: Wells Fargo and their team of Russ Cross, Brent Berry, Stacy Brazier, and Mark Jarbo for the donation of the home to BFFCO; the Opportunity Resource Fund and CEO Christine Narayanan for making loans available for renovations; Simon at CRW Flooring for donating flooring materials; Jason Cramer, Denise Melaney, and the students from MIAT Technology for donating many hours to restoring the home.
Make a one-time donation from yourself, on behalf of someone else, or in memory of a loved one. You can also leave a bequest in your will to Building Families First Community Organization or give a donation in celebration of a personal event, or even an in-kind donation of material belongings.
We are a IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Building Families First Community Organization is a 501c nonprofit that cultivates strong, cohesive families by creating opportunities, strengthening assets and building communities.
We encourage families to take ownership of their lives and adopt financially responsible behavior, while becoming independent of governmental assistance.
Building Families First Community Organization, Inc.
38099 Schoolcraft Road, Ste 125 Livonia, MI 48140 734-743-1351
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Our Goals & Objectives
• Provide safe, clean, affordable housing
• Provide effective social services
• Partner with our residents
• Improve the quality of life for residents
• Encourage employment and self-sufficiency
• Help residents move out of assisted housing