Endeavor Donates 21-Acre Tract of Land to Midland Habitat for Humanity
Endeavor Energy Resources, LP (EER) recently donated 21 acres of land to Midland Habitat for Humanity (MHFH) for a new development at the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Cynthia Drive. The ribbon cutting took place on Friday, March 31 on location. This property is the future home to hundreds of deserving Midlanders with capacity for more than 100 houses.
EER supports MHFH annually through employee volunteer service opportunities. Each year, more than 300 employees serve on a job site, at the Habitat ReStore, and in the office.
“Working with Midland Habitat is one of EER’s most anticipated service opportunities of the year,” said Wesley Robertson, Land Manager for Endeavor and Midland Habitat for Humanity Board Member. “With financial and volunteer support, we are able to help a local family each year achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance that comes with home ownership. Our employees truly value being part of this experience. Donating land to Midland Habitat for Humanity was a natural fit for our company, honoring the interest of our employees and Endeavor’s commitment to support the Midland Basin.”
EER is committed to the local communities where the company operates and its employees live and work. Each year, the company sponsors many charitable causes and hosts quarterly service opportunities where employees volunteer a combined 2,000+ hours to community-serving organizations, such as MHFH. To learn more about EER’s community impact, visit www.endeavorenergylp.com/community.
MHFH is one of the premier institutions responsible for constructing affordable housing in the Permian Basin. The organization’s partnership model offers deserving, hard-working families a hand-up. MHFH uses a rigorous qualifying process that includes progress from the application through homeownership. Each participant contributes a minimum of 350 hours of “sweat equity” on the worksite and completes a homeownership education program. Successful candidates are then awarded a 0% interest mortgage, making homeownership a reality for some of the neediest families in the Permian Basin.
Anyone interested in supporting MHFH’s efforts in the Permian Basin can contact Jeff Meyers, Chief of Staff, at 432-686-8877.