The Savannah office participated in, and donated money to, the Coastal Empire for Habitat for Humanity's Women Build project. Dozens of men and women came together to help build a home on Clinch Street for one deserving family.
"We see ourselves as more than a business; we are a community partner," said Rives E. Worrell, a JE Dunn Construction company, Superintendent Terry Gossett, who volunteered with his wife, Sara. "Habitat for Humanity's mission - to build homes, communities, and hope - fits perfectly with our employees' skill sets and passions."
The Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity is one of only 300 Habitat affiliaites around the country chosen to partner with Lowe's for Women Build.