Christopher Todd awarding free Marley Park house to veterans

Christopher Todd Communities is accepting applications for its next rental home giveaway to post-9/11 veterans who are transitioning to civilian life.

The developer of innovative luxury gated rental home communities will be giving away two more rental homes in the coming months, including one in Surprise.

The first new rental home will be provided through the “A New Lease On Life” program at the new Christopher Todd Communities On Camelback – located near Litchfield Park on Camelback and El Mirage Roads. That home will be awarded before Memorial Day.

The Surprise home gift will be awarded this summer at Christopher Todd Communities At Marley Park.

“One of our greatest professional joys is to help make a difference in the life of someone who has stepped up to protect the freedom we enjoy as Americans,” said Todd Wood, CEO of Christopher Todd Communities.

These will be the third and fourth homes the developer has provided via its “A New Lease on Life” philanthropic outreach.

Applications for both of these awards at must be received by Wednesday, April 15.

With each luxury rental smart home community it opens, Christopher Todd Communities gives one deserving veteran a free home for a year, followed by two-years of reduced rent.

It has partnered with Vets’ Community Connections (VCC) to enhance its direct engagement with the overall veteran and military community in Maricopa County.

Additionally, VCC will support the selection process and bring in additional community and Veteran-based organizations from the neighboring areas of selected communities to make the final Veteran selection process decision.

To qualify for one of the homes, the veteran must have served post-9/11 and in the process of transitioning to civilian life. Only E-6 and below ranked military/veterans may apply.

The candidate must be an Honorable Discharged Veteran (or within 90-days of exit from service with a command letter, “Positive Statement of Service”) or an unmarried spouse of a veteran who was KIA/MIA during combat or combat training during any post-9/11 era American conflict.

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