Bank of America donates personal protective equipment
As we kick-off another work week, please help us thank Bank of America for this huge PPE donation!
“Ensuring that our partners in Rochester have the resources they need to help our vulnerable communities is important to Bank of America", said Kristina Dengler, Rochester Market Manager.
"We've been able to donate 76,000 masks, 25 cases of hand sanitizer, and 16,000 gloves to our friends at Flower City Habitat for Humanity. Now staff and volunteers can continue their crucial work safely, and their customers can have access to vital PPE as well.”
6th Annual Global Build Week with Bank of America
Bank of America and Habitat for Humanity are kicking off the sixth Global Build in 108 communities, including here in Rochester!
Yesterday, our local branches brought 24 volunteers and a generous $20,000 donation to support the construction of 105 Holworthy Street, one of four new homes being built at the intersection of Holworthy & Dakota Streets.
Habitat and Bank of America have partnered for more than 30 years, with nearly $80 million in funding invested from the bank's charitable foundation and 40,000 volunteer hours from employees annually, ranging from board service to home build initiatives and financial literacy training.
Locally, Kristina Dengler, VP, Rochester Market Manager serves on our Board of Directors, and more local volunteers will be out on Holworthy Street again this afternoon!
This year is the largest Bank of America #GlobalBuild to date with nearly 2,800 #BofAVolunteers across 10 countries!
Drywall installation at 39 Love Street (Brighton Coalition)
As part of the 2019 Leaders Build Week (presented by Brighton Securities), volunteers from Brighton Securities, Davie Kaplan Wealth Care Advisors, Edgcomb Financial Advisors, North Forest Office Space, and Xerox joined us for a day of networking and giving back to the community through construction volunteering.
Today's work was drywall installation at 39 Love Street (remodel sponsored by the Brighton Church Coalition) and painting at 129 Fernwood Street (vacant rehab sponsored by ESL Federal Credit Union).
Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors that are helping us turn these two houses back into safe, stable, and affordable homeownership opportunity for two more Habitat homebuyers!
2018 was a great year for our Leaders Build program. Join Flower City Habitat staff, Leaders Build Committee members, and other Rochester business and community leaders as we celebrate a successful year and start looking towards 2019!
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