Findlay Habitat for Humanity Ground Breaking Ceremony

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Findlay Habitat for Humanity Ground Breaking Ceremony

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Check out our pictures from the @Habitat_org ground breaking ceremony on March 27 in Findlay, Ohio:

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Ashley Reinhart, and her children Cameron and Isabella, who will receive the new Habitat home in Findlay.

Ashley, Cameron and Isabella breaking ground at the site of their new Habitat home.

The Reinhart family along with the Whirlpool planning committee, members of Whirlpool Corporation's leadership team, and Habitat officials following the ceremony on March 27.

Monday, April 8, 2013 - 2:05pm

CAMPAIGN: Whirlpool Brand and Habitat for Humanity

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On March 27, 2013, the Whirlpool Corporation Findlay Division held a ground breaking ceremony as the start of what will be a Habitat for Humanity home.  The house will become the home for Ashley Reinhart and her children, Cameron and Isabella.

Construction on the home will begin on May 17 with a foundation preparation day.  Then, the home will be built from June 1-14.  This will be the fourth Habitat for Humanity home built by the Findlay Division, all on land donated by Whirlpool Corporation.

In more than 13 years of partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Whirlpool Corporation has developed active partnerships in 40 countries with a commitment nearing $78 million. In North America, the company has donated more than 150,000 ranges and ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators to new Habitat homes, serving 76,000 families. Additionally, Whirlpool has donated more than 28,000 products to Habitat ReStore retail outlets, helping raise over $4.6 million. A proud sponsor of Habitat’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project since 2003, the company has engaged 8,000 employee volunteers, sponsored more than 100 homes around the world and served more than 24,504 families in Europe. Whirlpool plans to support the work of Habitat around the world through product donations, financial contribution and/or volunteerism. For more information, go to