Nissan marked 10 years of partnership with Habitat for Humanity with a $1 million grant to help build sustainable and affordable homes for families in need of housing. The automaker also donated 10 vehicles—including NV commercial vehicles and Frontier trucks—to support the organization’s disaster response efforts.
Nissan has been allied with Habitat ever since it donated 50 trucks and mobilized employees to assist in building new homes for victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In the time since, the automaker donated an additional 78 vehicles and more than $13 million while Nissan employees—including some of us at Lewis Nissan—have logged more than 70,000 volunteer hours with Habitat for Humanity.
“The generous donation from Nissan and the volunteers who continue to work alongside those in need of decent housing makes such a difference in the lives of families and communities,” said Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International. “We are so appreciative of Nissan’s efforts to help build homes, communities and hope.”