Pictured (l-r): Dave Holmes, a retired contractor and now a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury,
works with Marianna Lima, collector, Restructure and Recovery Unit at Webster Bank
WATERBURY, CT - Webster Bank once again demonstrated one of its core values of giving to the communities it serves by volunteering two days with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury.
Twenty-three members of the Restructure and Recovery group based in Cheshire, Conn., participated in a building project on September 17 and 18. The teams leveled the area, brought in gravel and cement blocks for the foundation, and built a storage shed for a new Habitat for Humanity house in Waterbury, Conn.
Habitat for Humanity has built more than 200,000 houses, sheltering more than 1,000,000 people in more than 3,000 communities worldwide. By doing so, thousand of low-income families have found new hope in the form of affordable housing, strengthening neighborhoods and communities.
Webster Bank is a leading regional bank serving businesses and consumers from metro New York to Boston, Mass., and is pleased to be a sponsor of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury.