Endeavor Employees Volunteer to Build Homes for Deserving Families in Midland
Endeavor’s second annual Habitat Build with Midland Habitat for Humanity has come to a close with two home builds underway, approximately 900 hours of time donated and more than 300 employees who volunteered to complete the project ahead of the holiday season.
New homeowners rolled up their sleeves alongside Endeavor employees to help build their homes in the Cloverdale Development by building and raising exterior walls as well as installing trusses. In addition to the home build, Endeavor employees helped to improve the Habitat ReStore and Habitat office by clearing the East lot behind the building, assembling and sealing holiday cards, repairing ceiling lights, and repainting the supply room.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the volunteer participation from Endeavor on this year’s Habitat build project. Everyone’s time and efforts are truly an investment that will change the lives of these families for generations to come through home ownership.” said Land Manager Wesley Robertson. “We had 22 team captains and hundreds of volunteers this year, and I can’t wait to see what we can accomplish next year.”
Midland Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that has provided housing to over 700 people in the Midland community. Homeowners make house payments to Habitat with a 0% interest, 25-year mortgage. The organization aims to support low-income families through its mission to provide affordable homes while building strength, stability and self-reliance.
For more information, please visit www.habitatmidland.org and visit Midland County Habitat for Humanity ReStore to shop and support.