Delos Living's™ Initial Commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative reaches $400,000
Developer to provide funding to build 200 homes in Haiti and to catalyze long-term community development
NEW YORK, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Delos Living, the pioneering developer of healthy-living real estate, today announced a $400,000 commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative to fund the construction of 200 affordable homes in Haiti that will provide transitional housing to thousands of displaced Haitians. With the goal of building up to a thousand homes in the next decade, the effort will provide much-needed shelter to the thousands of Haitians displaced by this year's tragic earthquake.
A U.S.-based real estate developer, Delos Living has pioneered Wellness Real Estate™, which incorporates amenities that benefit both the environment and residents' health and well-being. Delos Living integrates the best of medical science and preventative health care to design and construct its homes. Wellness Real Estate™ is quickly becoming recognized as a company dedicated a more holistic, impactful and sustainable future.
As a member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), Delos Living is committed to providing unique and tangible solutions to our most pressing global problems. Matching their resources with a global need, Delos will work with President Clinton and CGI to continue to build a base of shared knowledge in crises around the world.
"With CGI and the leadership of President Clinton, Delos has found the most innovative and impactful partner. CGI matches the best of intention with the best of implementation, and truly is unparalleled," said Delos Living co-founder Morad Fareed. "Our commitment to reconstructing communities traumatized by disaster is only just beginning and will grow significantly over the next year."
The homes, to be built by the Chilean non-governmental organization Un Techo Para Mi Pais (UTPMP –"A Roof for My Country"), will provide much-needed shelter to thousands of Haitians displaced by the earthquake. UTPMP seeks to improve the quality of life for the most excluded and vulnerable families in Haiti by building transitional houses and developing social inclusion programs. UMPMP has committed to building 10,000 homes for families affected by the Haitian earthquake.
About Delos Living:
Delos Living's designs include an array of innovative amenities that research shows will improve various aspects of individual occupant health including: cardiovascular, respiratory and sleep health, orthopedic care, weight and metabolism management, stress and mood management, cognition and memory enhancement, health literacy and health behavior motivation. For more information: www.delosliving.com.
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