South Shore Habitat for Humanity is among four Massachusetts affiliates of Habitat for Humanity who received a generous donation of electrical supplies from Granite City Electric.
South Shore Habitat will use its donation for its local homebuilding project in Hingham. Other Habitat affiliates chosen to receive in-kind electrical supplies for home construction projects included Old Colony Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity Metro West/Greater Worcester and Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity.
“Our company has a strong commitment to giving back and feels privileged to contribute to so many charities, in particular, to an organization like Habitat for Humanity that assists so many families throughout Massachusetts,” said Steve Helle, president and Chief Operating Officer for Granite City Electric.
“We are grateful to Granite City Electric for supporting South Shore Habitat for Humanity as part of this growing partnership. It is because of philanthropic companies, like Granite City, that we are able to make the dream of homeownership a reality for local families in need of safe, affordable housing,” said Beth Lyons, Executive Director.
South Shore Habitat serves 32 cities and towns south and southwest of Boston has delivered 63 homes to local families in Southeastern Massachusetts. To learn more or find out how to get involved, visit www.sshabitat.org or call 781-337-7744.