HONOLULU – Honolulu Habitat for Humanity made progress on two of the four new homes that are being built in Waimanalo with the help of Servco employees today. Over 40 Servco volunteers worked on two family homes, installing drywall, painting, and foundation work.
“As part of our 100th anniversary, we sought out projects that would impact our community in meaningful and sustainable ways,” said Mark Fukunaga, chairman & CEO of Servco. “Honolulu Habitat for Humanity provided us with an opportunity to not only partner with their organization, but also bring together our team members for a fun team build day and great cause.”
The projects will provide homes to two families when construction is completed this summer. Honolulu Habitat for Humanity has a goal of building 40 homes on Oahu over the next five years.