ORADELL, N.J. — Oradell's Enterprise Rent-A-Car employees joined other company volunteers from across Northern New Jersey to support Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County on its Sandy Restoration job sites in Hackensack and Moonachie for the second year in a row.
Enterprise Holdings Foundation — the philanthropic arm of the company — donated $1,000 for building materials.
The volunteers’ tasks included priming, installing trim, caulking and light demolition work.
“Enterprise focuses on supporting the communities in which we live and work,” said regional operations manager of Enterprise NNJ Samantha Regner.
"During ‘Build Day,’ our dedicated volunteers helped to renovate and build homes for deserving families in the area as just one way to serve our community.
"We hope that our work with the incredible team at Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County will make a difference.”
Enterprise’s dedication to customer service and sustainability coincides with Habitat Bergen’s mission to provide decent, affordable housing and thriving communities, Habitat Bergen Executive Director Jacey Raimondo said.
"Habitat Bergen is fortunate to build a connection with an organization rooted in philanthropy," she said, "with shared and committed values."
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