Bank of America and Habitat for Humanity celebrate their third Global Build Week and 30 years of working together. From Sept. 24-Oct.1, Bank of America employees will partner with Habitat to help build, rehab or repair homes and revitalize communities in 85 locations in 8 countries. This event is part of the longstanding global partnership between Bank of America and Habitat for Humanity, which supports Habitat’s efforts to help families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
Quicken Loans, the nation’s second largest retail mortgage lender, announces national partnership with Habitat for Humanity in 2016, focusing its efforts on neighborhood revitalization in three major cities. Through its partnership, more than 1,100 Quicken Loans team members will volunteer a total of more than 6,000 hours rehabilitating and revitalizing neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina, Cleveland and Phoenix.
Delta Air Lines and its employees are committed to making a difference in the communities where they live, work and serve. As part of this commitment, Delta partners with Habitat, one of its core community partners, as it acknowledges the need for safe, decent and affordable shelter around the globe. Habitat for Humanity International and Delta Air Lines have partnered since 2006 to improve the shelter conditions of families around the world. To date, Delta employees have volunteered with Habitat to build and renovate nearly 230 houses around the world.
More than 2,400 Delta Air Lines employees are building houses across the country this fall as part of its annual domestic build. Delta employees are working alongside families in six cities including Delta’s hubs in Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York City and Seattle. Earlier this year, Delta employees helped build six homes in Merida, Mexico, as part of its Global Build. Delta employees also have built in Argentina, Chile, China, the Dominican Republic, Ghana, India, the Philippines, South Africa and Thailand.
State Farm has renewed its partnership with Habitat for Humanity in 2016 to continue to support engaging youth in Habitat’s work. State Farm’s commitment will provide funding to involve youth in home construction, neighborhood revitalization and disaster recovery activities. The donation will be used to support projects that will either require youth groups to raise matching funds or directly benefit recovery efforts. State Farm has supported Habitat since 1994 and has served as the primary national corporate sponsor of Habitat’s youth initiatives since 2007.