Habitat For Humanity Build Day: Fixters Gives Back

FIXTERS.com gives back to Habitat for Humanity

 

Here at Fixters, we believe that giving back to the community should be a high priority goal for all businesses. Above and beyond the obvious contribution to the community, a business can reap rewards in unexpected ways. We experienced this first hand when we partook in our Community Team Build day with H4H on November 29th.

 

“When looking for a local charity, we wanted to choose an organization or event that our whole team could join, building morale, along with an activity that aligned with our business model and message. We are a Fix and Flip software company that speaks construction and improvements all day long so getting out there and getting our hands dirty with Habitat for Humanity was a natural choice!”

 

Our 12 hardworking employees stepped out from behind their computers to join the construction crew of a new build site in Southwest Denver. Our experience level ranged from “Do I swing a hammer like this?” to “I’ve built my own home from foundation to roof”. And yet, as you can see in our video, our team worked cohesively, framing and raising walls and installing firewall between duplex units. One requirement for Habitat for Humanity homeowners is that they contribute 200 hours of sweat equity, majority of it in the construction of their own home. We all agreed that the most rewarding aspect of the day was working side by side with the future home recipient and hearing her story.

 

Our company looks to formally partner with Habitat for Humanity and already donates our deconstruct and demolition materials to our local ReStores. Additionally, we urge our Fix and Flip customers to donate in their local region. Fixters CEO, Tom Hurford, notes, “The Fixters Habitat for Humanity Day was the most gratifying team build event I have ever experienced. The Habitat staff was highly organized and our team felt we made a meaningful difference in the construction of someone’s new home. We will definitely be doing it again.” If you too would like to be involved in a team build or donate time individually, you can sign up here at https://www.habitat.org/volunteer

 

 

As a company, we strive to improve the living situation of our neighborhoods and real estate market. It was great to connect with each other outside of the office, but boy, was I sore! Swinging a hammer all day was hard work, but giving back to such a loving community felt amazing.

 

Emily Wallace

Events Coordinator

Fixters.com

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