Lowe’s donates $160,000 for Corridors of Opportunity Initiatives


North Carolina Construction News staff writer

Charlotte City Council has accepted a $160,000 donation from Lowe’s to help fund three Corridors of Opportunity initiatives that integrate the natural and built environment, develop safe and equitable mobility, retain culture and identity, and grow healthy, active, and safe communities.

“We are thankful for the support of Lowe’s, whose commitment to community development aligns seamlessly with our vision for a thriving city,” said Monica Holmes, executive manager of the program. “This donation will contribute significantly to the Corridors of Opportunity program’s success, enhancing our residents’ overall well-being.”

Funds will go toward quarterly corridor cleanups, the rehabilitation of three Corridor Opportunity Hubs and logistics costs for the Corridors Connect event series.

“Investing in the communities Lowe’s serves is integral to who we are, especially in our hometown of Charlotte,” said Randy Alexander, director of community relations for Lowe’s. “Fostering strong, vibrant neighborhoods is foundational to our commitment to the Charlotte community.”

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