Morris Habitat for Humanity honored SEC President, Greg Ergenbright, on Saturday, Feb. 23, during their Hearts and Hammers Gala in honor of Schindler’s support of the 2018 Habitat build in Morristown. In addition to this honor from Morris Habitat, He also received a Corporate Partner Award via a Joint Legislative Resolution from Senator Anthony R. Bucco, Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco and Assemblyman Michael P. Carroll.
Schindler is committed to making housing available in the communities where our employees and customers live. Our partnership with Morris Habitat is just one example of that commitment. The build started with groundbreaking in April of 2017 and concluded in May of 2018. Schindler provided both financial and volunteer support for the duplex project, contributing $100,000 and recruiting nearly 150 Schindler employees to participate. Schindler staff worked side-by-side with the recipient families to complete construction.
“What I love about our partnership with Habitat is how it provides a great start for families and their children through the stability that comes with home ownership,” said Ergenbright. “Having a place to call home and feel safe, even though that is very basic, it creates a great platform – it’s part of that formula to have a decent chance in life.” Watch his acceptance video below:
Morris Habitat for Humanity, a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, is dedicated to reducing substandard housing in Morris County by working with low-income families to build new homes and rehabilitate existing homes.