Brad Pitts philanthropic sued for default in Fort Peck lodging KRTVcom Great Falls Montana KRTV Great Falls News

“Melissa Summers stands with her new home (Photo Credit: Make It Right Foundation)
The homes are designed to be eco-friendly (Photo: Make It Right)
The Make It Right Foundation, the sustainable homes brain-child of actor Brad Pitt, is accused of failing to pay for services rendered by a Seattle-based construction company that helped the non-profit build homes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
Representatives of Make It Right agreed Wednesday to mediate with Method LLC, the company that filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in Missoula.
Method LLC alleged in its complaint that it is owed more than $183,000 in unpaid invoices agreed upon by Make It Right.
Make It Right was founded by Pitt in 2007 in an effort to build homes, buildings, and communities for people in need, according to the company website.
Its first project was to build 150 homes in New Orleans, following the devastating impact of Hurricane Katrina.
Make It Right made a deal with the Fort Peck tribe in 2011 to build 20 sustainable homes for tribal members in Poplar.”

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