Thru the Lens: Helge Capital volunteers help build Boston multi-family home with Habitat for Humanity

April 27, 2018 - Front Section
Shown (from left) are: John Gosnell of Helge Capital; Igor Shreyer of Helge Capital;
Ann Palica of Helge Capital; Helge Capital CEO Oleg Uritsky; new homeowner
Meselework Teferra; new homeowner Ruth Desta; Caroline Johnson of
Helge Capital; Mark Seck of Helge Capital; and Olzhas Samatov of Helge Capital.

Dorchester, MA Volunteers from Helge Capital, one of the largest property managers in the Greater Boston area, spent the day building a multi-family home with Habitat for Humanity. The house, located at 15 Balina Place, will house two families who are thrilled to be moving into their new homes in this neighborhood. 

They are Ruth and Meselework Teferra-Desta, originally from Ethiopia, and Ben and Liz Cressy, who are moving to Dorchester from Lynn. Each family has two young children. The Teferra-Desta and Cressy families will soon live in safe homes where their children can play freely outside. 

Helge Capital is proud to assist Habitat for Humanity in helping to make this dream home possible for these families, and to help beautify and improve Boston’s neighborhoods. 

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