- Report: #1098680
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Coastal Habitat for Humanity
Coastal Habitat for Humanity200 Highway 71 Spring Lake Heights , New Jersey USA
Coastal Habitat for Humanity Maureen Mulligan Coastal Habitat for Humanity Discriminates the Disabled Spring Lake Heights New Jersey
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Coastal Habitat for Humanity scheduled an appointment with the applicant on September 3, 2013 at 10am with Felix Acevedo but Mr. Acevedo did not show us, did not cancel appointment, call to re-schedule, or call to apologize. Mr.Acevedo has a track record for doing this. The applicant called to re-schedule for September 24, 2013 at 10 am. The first words out of Mr. Acevedo mouth was that all the repair work would have to be paid back to coastal habitat, the applicant said that she wasn't sure that she could pay it back because she is on disability, Mr. Acevedo said that Coastal Habitat could not help her and that was said before the repair work was even looked at by Coastal Habitat. The applicant spoke to Maureen Mulligan in hopes of getting some help but Ms. Mulligan refused to help the applicant because of her possibility on not being able to pay back. Ms.Mulligan and coastal habitat never discussed business with the applicant, never explained programs, never came to a monthly payment amount, did nothing but reject the applicant. We have read Coastal Habitat for Humanity mission statement, their site online at coastalhabitat.org and have found no justified reason for Ms. Mulligans refusal to assist applicant. The applicant wrote Ms. Mulligan a letter post office certified mail but Ms. Mulligan ignored it with no response. usps.com tracking # 7011 1570 0003 3773 5114
Coastal Habitat has served the community for 20 years and have assisted over 100 families, since 1994 assisted 90 homeowners with their neighborhood revitalization initiative, construction 14 homes in 13 communities, anticipated helping almost 100 homeowners with Superstorm Sandy. Coastal Habitats financial donations from Wells Fargo, Wegmans, United Way, Coldwell Banker, Provident Bank, NJ Natural Gas, Ocean First, TD Bank, Stephenson Group, Citi and so on, with a surplus of over 3 million dollars, the accomplished work vs donations vs years in community seems a bit light, perhaps an audit is warranted. The applicant asked, or shall we say begged, Ms.Mulligan coastal habitat, to help with repair work to hher front porch, 2 storm doors and hand rails inside to help with her disability. Ms.Mulligan, Coastal Habitat for Humanity refused her help. Perhaps Ms. Mulligan should read Coastal Habitat mission statement to familiarize herself about exactly what the organization she's employed at stands for. The applicant was not given the same and equal opportunity as others haverreceived by Coastal Habitat and as far as we can determine is the definition of discrimination.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/12/2013 05:53 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Coastal-Habitat-for-Humanity-/Spring-Lake-Heights-New-Jersey-077627/Coastal-Habitat-for-Humanity-Maureen-Mulligan-Coastal-Habitat-for-Humanity-Discriminate-1098680. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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