The main house the Tri-Ed / Northern Video team worked on was being built for a mother, her two children and handicapped grandmother. In order to be eligible for a Habitat home, the recipient must be a single parent with children, make under $25,000 and work on building at Habitat for a total of 500 hours.
"This was a truly fulfilling experience for our employees and a great way for our company to give back to the community," notes Tri-Ed / Northern Video President and CEO Pat Comunale. "As Habitat says, they are a HELPING hand, NOT a handout. It was our privilege and pleasure to lend our support and helping hands to this very important cause."
For more information, visit www.tri-ed.com.