Muscatine, Iowa – A new Habitat for Humanity house currently underway received much needed help from Kent Corporation employees donating their time and abilities. Habitat for Humanity is building their eleventh home in the Muscatine area with the latest project at 415 E. Jackson, Wilton, Iowa. Kent Corporation decided to proactively support this project, by encouraging employees to dedicate one day in November to helping on the home building project. This project is part of Kent Corporation’s ongoing commitment to the safety and well-being of the Muscatine community.
“We are thrilled Kent Corporation has made this project a priority for their companies,” said Don Lampe, President, and Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors, “It is encouraging to see such dedication in continued support of our program. The mission of Habitat for Humanity is to build simple, affordable housing for people in need.”
“Our employees love to volunteer and help the community. Everyone is excited to get out and lend a hand. Over 25 employees assisted with the roof and siding over 2 days in November” said Rich Dwyer, Kent Corporation Senior Vice President.
Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness in the communities it serves and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat for Humanity has helped build or repair over 500,000 houses and served over 2 million people around the world. We can still use volunteers; to volunteer, contact Habitat for Humanity on FB at Muscatine County Habitat for Humanity.