Nissan: Nissan Canada Foundation gears adult for another good year of building with Habitat for Humanity Canada

Posted on 16. Jun, 2015 by in Nissan Canada

MISSISSAUGA, ONT. – Today, a Nissan Canada Foundation announced a skeleton for another bustling deteriorate assisting build homes for Habitat for Humanity partner families nationwide. The Nissan Canada Foundation hopes to strech over 5,840 proffer hours in 2015, that would paint dual years of donated time, regulating an eight-hour day framework. With 21 volunteers donating their time during this year’s Habitat ‘Adopt-a-Day’ deteriorate opener final month, and countless ‘Adopt-a-Day’ events already designed in communities like Harrington, PEI; Kentville, NS and Winnipeg, MB, reaching this idea is already good underway.

The Nissan Canada Foundation’s ‘Adopt-a-Day’ events concede it to make a discernible disproportion by assisting Habitat for Humanity to build safe, decent and affordable homes for internal families, that helps mangle a cycle of misery by home ownership. This year, members of a Winnipeg Blue Bombers classification will be in assemblage during a ‘Adopt-a-Day’ in Winnipeg on Sep 9, where they will join army with Nissan employees and internal dealership staff for an whole day to build a new home for a family in need. This donated work is critical to Habitat for Humanity and their ability to build homes as economically as possible.

Since a partnership with a Nissan Canada Foundation began in 2008, 817 Nissan Canada Inc. and dealership staff have volunteered some-more than 5,550 hours of time to assistance build homes in cities opposite a country, including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Saint John and Halifax. This grant of time is over and above a some-more than $1-million a Nissan Canada Foundation has donated to Habitat for Humanity Canada and a affiliates.

“With Habitat, Nissan has a broader height by that we can support a communities where a customers, dealers and employees live, carrying out a corporate prophesy to heighten people’s lives,” pronounced Christian Meunier, boss of Nissan Canada. “And as Habitat volunteers, a employees can rivet directly in addressing internal needs for affordable housing by creation personal commitments of their time and bid on Habitat home builds.”

Current skeleton will have Nissan employees volunteering to support construction or revitalization projects in a following cities this year, with some-more still being planned:


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